Temperatures worldwide have been falling since 2005 on the average (after a “plateau” from 2001 to 2005), says reader F. Guimaraes.
2010 saw the highest average of recent years, dwarfed only by the impressive high of 1998.
The average fell abruptly at the end of 2010 due to formation of a powerful La Nina episode, which was followed by another one at the end of 2011 bringing the average to even lower levels.
Another La Nina could be in the making in the months ahead and probably push temperatures down around the world again.
Massive winter events should be with us for the next 20 years, at least, says this article on landscheidt.info.
That’s if their solar predictions continue to play out, and “so far everything is right on track.”
Thanks to F. Guimaraes for this link