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Name and surname:Tomasz Gozik
Address: 32-436 Krakow
Country: Poland
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Winter 2016 in the UK
 
Forecasters warn residents of the UK before a record harsh winter. We have to prepare for arctic winds and blizzards even worse than those that took place at the turn of 2009/2010.
 
Pogodowi experts are almost certain that this year the people of the UK will have to deal with one of the harshest winters. The reason for the sharp drop of temperatures and snowstorms is to be El Niño, which reaches its climax at the end of this year.
Synoptics alert in Britain that winter this year is expected to be the heaviest in 50 years. Ahead of us a record cold winter in the UK. It's official! British emergency services are preparing for the most extreme situations comparable to those that occurred at the turn of the year 1962/1963, when the UK frozen river.
 
According to meteorologists, in January the temperature drops of up to -20 degrees Celsius and snow can create drifts reaching up to six meters in height. According to experts the cause of such rapid change in the weather will be the strongest since 1950. El Niño is called by some meteorologists El Nino Godzilla.
 
It blamed for the setback is also vanishing Gulf Stream (Gulf Stream), which has so far accounted for the UK cover before pouring in from the north pole cold. Gulf Stream for hundreds of years was for Europe as a hot water bottle, heat storage near the equator and reflected a them in colder areas. It was from him warm up air, and now you can no longer count on him. The current slow the supposedly mass of cold water from melting glaciers.
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