2010 – 2011 Extreme Weather

“In the winter of 2010 to 2011, the Arctic and North Atlantic Oscillations
went into a very big low which means the normal westerly winds
from the west to the east have been weak and that has allowed
the jet stream to drop down to Florida and stay ther longer than usual.”

- Art DeGaetano, Ph.D., Meteorologist, Cornell University

“I don’t know of any data that is indicating there is a major
shut down or slowing in the Gulf Stream system.”

- Chris Meinen, Ph.D., NOAA Oceanographer


January 31, 2011  Ithaca, New York and Miami, Florida - Since December 2010 - in addition to all the Earth life die-offs in both hemispheres - there has been unprecedented flooding in Australia during their summer season while at least six major storms have dumped huge amounts of snow in the Midwest and East Coast of the United States. Now the National Weather Service is warning that the week of January 31 - February 4, 2011, is bringing a seventh huge and “dangerous storm” from the Rockies to the East Coast. Winds up to 40 mph will make already-freezing temperatures much worse.


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