Rare July Ground-Frosts Sweep the UK and Ireland
For the second night night a row, Met Éireann has reported rare summers frosts ACROSS the Republic of Ireland.
Ireland suffered “another unseasonably cold night,” according to the Met Éireann weather experts (Ireland’s Meteorological service). Sub-zero lows (C) were suffered across the island, particularly in central regions.
As you can see from the above minimum temperature maps, ground-frosts were also prevalent across Wales and England on July 20 and 21.
Frost in the middle of July?
Still possible in this supposedly catastrophically-warming world of ours — that’s just weather, after all.
What about the entire month of July running 0.4C below the CET 1961-1990 average (an historically cool era btw)?
A little trickier to explain, but I guess 19-days should still be regarded as weather (19 days of heat in Siberia, on the other hand).
So, what about the past decade runner colder? According to data from the UK Met Office, the decade just gone came out COOLER than the 2000s — the UK is now COOLING.
Looking forward, Europe’s 2020 summer chills are forecast to continue for at least the rest of July:
July will likely go down as an historically cool month.
Stay tuned for updates.
Even NASA appear to agree, if you read between the lines, with their forecast for this upcoming solar cycle (25) seeing it as “the weakest of the past 200 years,” with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.
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