Aaand, in case you hadn't noticed yet, Europe just had the warmest autumn in at least 500 years. There goes the neighbourhood. I miss the snow, and I dream about the Apocalypse.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tonight I dreamt of sevral storms coming. To begin with, there was only one, but soon they were too many to count. They were building up in the horizon, where Askøy should've been - but wasn't. As the first storm was about to crash down on us, the dream ended. Analyze that omen!

December 06, 2006 12:07 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"So what can we expect next? Xoplaki and Luterbacher have also looked at what winters were like after the 30 warmest autumns in their data set. They found that Decembers and Februaries were generally warmer than the 1971-2000 European average, whereas Januaries were slightly cooler."

This means that we may get a really cold January 2007. Or it's possible that there won't be a winter at all. I think there will be, but I'm not sure that that will remain the case for the next ten years.

December 06, 2006 12:13 pm  

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