Friday, April 19, 2013

Expect a lot of snow says 'Moon Man'

Here is a report from sorry to say i reckon mr moon is a well intentioned nutter and his predictions are no better than a flick of a coin. funny to add a best mate paid $30 to download his latest predictions ... oh dear .... i could have given him "cold comfort" for less than that .... like a pint of speights

wot do u reckon is going to happen this winter?

flick of a coin I reckon ...

Weather prediction guru Ken Ring reckons southern skifields and Southland and Central Otago are in for snow and plenty of it this winter.

Ring has maintained a healthy living from his professional weather predictions which use lunar cycles to predict weather and earthquakes.

He terms his predictions "alternative weather" and publishes annual weather almanacs for New Zealand, Australia and Ireland.

Although his 2013 snow predictions are given as "trends only" and come with an "allow up to two-day error" clause, Ring has predicted snow to 400 metres in the south of the South Island as soon as May 27 and 28.

This would give Coronet Peak, with a base elevation of 1168m, The Remarkables, with a base elevation of 1622m, and Cardrona, with a base elevation of 1670m, a good pre-season dusting of snow.

Opening dates for Coronet Peak and the Remarkables are scheduled for June 8 and 22 respectively, while Cardrona and Treble Cone are set for June 21 and 27.

Read more here ....

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