Dec

5

Amateur Watherman Preditcts January Could Be Coldest Since 1740:

Amateur weatherman Harry Kershaw, 84, from Sale, correctly predicted that last winter would be similar to the 1979 Winter of Discontent. Now he believes the coming January could be as bad as in 1740, when the Thames froze in London and daytime temperatures failed to rise above -9C. He said: "Between August and October the weather seemed to be the same as 1986, which was followed by the coldest January since 1740.

"I believe the last three weeks of January and the first week of February next year could be the coldest we've had for 270 years."

Harry, who began forecasting as a merchant seaman, uses a system developed by the German army during the Second World War known as 'similarity forecasting'.

Seems like market TA backed up with data observation.


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