Winter is fast approaching, so many people are starting to wonder what it will be like. According to meteorologist David Dilley, America and Europe are in for frost similar to what both continents last experienced before 1982.
The last winter was relatively mild in Europe, but the coming one may be cold. This follows from Dilley’s prediction, which was highlighted by the website EINPRESSWIRE.
“There are several major factors that are likely to bring weather patterns back to pre-1982, which was colder and with more storms than the past 40 years,” he said. According to him, this should apply to both Europe and North America
According to him, three things will decide it. According to him, it should cool the North Pacific Ocean, as well as the development of the El Niño phenomenon and the cooling of the air over the ocean.
In the Czech Republic, El Niño could affect the weather rather indirectly. It could lead to a weakening of the polar vortex. According to meteorologist Dagmar Honsová, this would mean frost here. “Once the jet streams start meandering, we can very often see cold polar air coming in,” she explained on TN Live this week.
However, according to some models, winter in Europe could be warmer than average this year. It follows, for example, from a site estimate