Another washout summer on its way as forecasters predict grey skies and more rain

Flash flooding hits Hebden Bridge

Just as I wrote at the end of April except no one in the pathetic MSM is mentioning the HAARP facilities and the heating of the ionosphere which alters the path of the Jet Stream.

From April 29th:

If you’re one of these optimists who believes that the summer of 2013 might just be the summer we’ve all been waiting for, you’re probably going to end up fed up and hugely disappointed.

As long as the global HAARP network continues to experiment with the upper atmosphere, the UK will never have a good summer.

The recent cold snap which extended winter by at least three weeks was, once again, down to the unusual behaviour of the Jet Stream. The Jet Stream – just as it did last summer – was coming in hundreds of miles off course, allowing cold Arctic air to sit over the country for weeks on end.

The HAARP facilities work by concentrating millions of watts of ELF radio waves into a specifically targeted portion of the ionosphere. The heated ionosphere is pushed out into space, dragging the stratosphere below up and thereby pulling the Jet Stream up as well, rerouting it hundreds of miles off course. The Jet Stream is situated between the troposphere and the stratosphere. Because the UK is a battle ground between the warmer Atlantic air and the cold polar air, the Jet Stream has a huge influence on the UK’s climate and weather. reroute the Jet Stream in March, and winter can be extended by a month; reroute the Jet Stream in the summer, and cool polar air will bring low pressure systems that will sit over the UK for weeks on end – as has happened during every UK summer since 2007.

This technology is owned by a corporate / scientific / military elite who slavishly serve the agenda of the major bloodline families . It is covert warfare being waged on an unsuspecting public. It has corporate, military, and of course, spiritual objectives.

But you heard it here first – forget cheap promises of a barbecue summer. It’s going to be another washout and, once more, the Jet Stream will be to blame.

From the express today:

Early predictions show the country will be dominated by a weather system similar to that which led to one of the wettest years ever.

Experts blamed a misplaced jet stream – responsible for 2012’s washout – which threatens a steady flow of rain, chilly winds and thunderstorms from the Atlantic.

The ribbon of wind, which dictates the flow of air across the country, is again wedged further south than usual, blocking warm currents from the Continent.

Jonathan Powell, forecaster for Vantage Weather Services, said early summer at least is looking “dire”, with a cold and wet beginning to June on the cards. It is a similar picture to last year with the off-course jet stream again allowing the Atlantic to dominate, meaning weeks of wet and miserable conditions, he said.

“Temperatures are likely to stick just around or below average. The beginning of June is looking dire, wet and miserable and everything points towards no major change from then on.” He warned that this week will be colder than average for the time of year with much of the UK looking wet and windy.

Government forecasters said the jet stream is responsible for the current cool and wet conditions with no change likely for the next 10 days.

The Met Office said the next few days will be cold and unsettled with “heavy and blustery” showers and some longer spells of rain.

It said jet stream winds are stuck around 2,000 miles away from their usual position.

Forecaster Reid Morrison said: “Unsettled weather ahead is due to the jet stream being further south than normal, allowing low pressure systems to track across the UK rather than further north.

“It certainly looks like the jet stream will remain further south than normal for the next nine days.

“Last summer’s unsettled weather was also due to the jet stream being further south than normal.”

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