This summer could be the coldest since 1816 in Europe

According to predictions of the French Canal Meteo, there is a 70% chance of a complete absence of summer in Western Europe this year, making it one of the coldest and wettest summers since 1816 – almost 200 years.
The above is only an excerpt from an article at Sott by IceAgeNow Thu, 30 May 2013 10:31 CDT
To read the full article go to
http://www.sott.net/article/262285-This-summer-could-be-the-coldest-since-1816-in-Europe

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2 responses to “This summer could be the coldest since 1816 in Europe”

  1. Martijn says :

    It’s been pretty cold indeed. Cold and rainy, and snowy in the mountains. Brrrrr .. here we have the coldest spring since 1962.

    • Salty says :

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      It’s been cloudy and rainy with below normal temps here too, and not many sunny periods. With a couple of sizable rain storms.
      Cool temps and more rain are in the forecast until Monday when its supposed to warm up to 26 C.

      There have been bizarre looking skies here some days. The sky and clouds look different, and it feels different, the energy is all wrong on those days.
      It’s eerie!!

      Do you have strange looking skies there too Martijn?

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