What a big difference between January 1039 and January 2016, not only a little but tremendously. There might be some small similarities, for example in the United States (see HERE) and the US-January-1940-Temp-Map, or three cold days in Siedlce last week from 03-05 January. The Polish cold record was more than 20°C lower, and the cold remained, and got even worst.
Today the situation look very different.
Forecasts expect temperature well above average. Until now this winter proves that
any claim the war winter 1939/40 has anything to do is completely unfounded. Further Reading
The current status of El Niño (Nov-Dec-2015)
All Posts since October 2015 on:
Winter 2015/16 –versus- Winter 1939/40
Introduction (20. Oct): Has El Niño a role on sub-cold winters in Europe? A continuous comparison
Post 1 (21.Oct): Stefan Brönnimann claims: Extreme winter 1940-1942 due to El Niño! -19-
Post 2 (22.Oct): USA deprived of rain - October to December 1939 -18-
Post Special (24.Oct): Hurricane PATRICIA; 'Strongest ever' storm – End of October 2015 -18a-
Post 3 (19.Nov): El Niño Autumn 1939 vs. 2015 -17-
Post 4 (01.Dec): Jet Stream blocked in late 1939 – By naval war not El Niño –-16-
Post 5 (16.Dec): Siberian freeze arrive in Europe - December 1939 -15-
Post 6 (22.Dec): Merry Christmas and Peace upon Meteorology,……… -14-
Post 7 (30.Dec): Huge Difference – December 1939 & December 2015 – -13-
Post 8 (Special): Northern Europe’s Mild Winters. [Essay, about pages 12) -12-
Post 9 (04.Jan): On….the Met- Office asked: What’s been happening to our weather? -11-
Post 10 (09.Jan): Polish and German climate science on winter 1939/40.a shame! -10-
Kindly look in again, and if you have suggestions email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Author: Dr. And Bernaerts, 2016
About winter 1939/40 further reading:
“Failures of Meteorology! Unable to Prevent Climate Change and World Wars? Oceans Make Climate!”
April 2013: Met-Off
loose talk on cold March 2013?
North and Baltic Sea should not be ignored! (ocl_9-8)
11. April 2013: 'Urgent' need to see if Arctic affects UK extreme cold? No! MetOffice should investigate the impact of human activities in the North- and Baltic Sea ! (co_9-4)
03 April 2013: Did the cold March 2013 came from Siberia ? A not well founded claim! (ocl_9-9)
29 March 2013: Cold March 2013 in company with March 1942 & 1917 (co 10-2)
27. March 2013: Strong Start – Strong Ending; Winter 2012/13. About the Role of North- and Baltic Sea (2007seatraining 1310)
26. March 2013; March 2013 snow in the UK and the North Sea . Did human activities contributed? (ocl 10_2)
21 March 2013; Cold March 2013 in UK and North Europe science should be able to explain! (ocl_10-3)
07 March 2013: Winter 2012/13 for Northern Europe is over! The Baltic and North Sea will prevent a surprise in March! (ocl-10_4)
19. January 2013: Northern Europe's bulwark against Asian cold from 19-31. (oc_12-8)
14. January 2013: North- and Baltic Sea influence Europe ’s winter 2012/2013 until now. (ocl_12_6)
09 December 2012 (+ 21 & 26 Dec) : Are we heading to severe Baltic Sea ice conditions by 30th December 2012? (2007seatraining)
Tang et al 2013 Environ. Res. Lett. 8
Cold winter extremes in northern continents linked to Arctic sea ice loss http://iopscience.iop.org/1748-9326/8/1/014036 ___”The results suggest that the winter atmospheric circulation at high northern latitudes associated with Arctic sea ice loss, especially in the winter, favours the occurrence of cold winter extremes at middle latitudes of the northern continents.”
Selection of previous posts:
14 December 2014: How serious is MetOffice to understand a “weather bomb"
23. April 2013: Met-Off loose talk on cold March 2013?
11. April 2013: 'Urgent'
need to see if Arctic affects UK extreme cold? No! MetOffice should investigate
the impact of human activities in the North- and Baltic Sea ! (co_9-4)
29 March 2012: Cold March 2013 in company with March 1942 & 1917 (co 10-2)
14. January 2013: North- and Baltic Sea influence Europe ’s winter 2012/2013 until now. --left-- (COL-12-6)
07. Jan. 2013: Record cold in Poland ! Minus 41°C on 11th Jan.1940 in Siedlce! (OCL-12-7)
23. Dec. 2012 + Update 17/01: Had the Battle of Stalingrad been hampered by unusual low temperatures in December 1942? (OCL-12-8
December 15, 2012
Dec. 09. 2012 (+ updates):