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26 Jan 2011
Since 2002 sunspot activity has drastically dropped off, with only two sunspots visible at this time, and those are about to rotate out of sight. NASA's predictions for solar activity have continually decreased, and it now seems this could be the greatest minimum we have seen since the Dalton Minimum of the early 1800s/late 1700s.

http://science.nasa.gov/science-news/scien...noaaprediction/

http://www.factsandarts.com/articles/futur...ope-and-russia/

Here's the link to the latest graph of the sunspot cycle:

http://www.solarcycle24.com/index2.htm

(click on the "sunspots" tab near the top of the page to see graph)

Any thoughts on this phenomenom, and could it change our climate towards colder, at least for a time?
16 Nov 2010
With the GFS beginning to indicate the possibility of a GOM storm with possible wintry weather for the Deep South for the end of November I felt this would be a good time for others to share their thoughts and updates on this developing possibility. NAO appears to be negative and PNA rising to neutral in this timeframe. This would allow Arctic air to make it to the Gulf of Mexico helping to set the stage for a possible winter weather event in the South.

NAO forecast:

http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/prec...a/nao.sprd2.gif.

PNA forecast

http://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/products/prec...index_mrf.shtml

Let's see if the South will be graced with some white stuff a little early this winter, a winter which is forecast to be warm and dry for southerners. smile.gif
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