What to expect... During a cooling-off period we can expect a generally cooler northern hemisphere climate. In this period winters will become longer and colder with drought In the summer. The summer gap will start to close. Summers will have very hot days and very cold nights.
2030 - 2035 - Gulf Stream will begin to split, arriving more at the Spanish coast in lower Europe. Parts still arriving to the north of Scotland.
What to expect... During this part of the ice age entry phase, Europe will become extremely cold and wet, we will see "proper ice age conditions." Europe will plunge 12 degrees In the minus's and agriculture will be In real trouble, overwhelming our capitals. We will need to fight In the streets for food. Refer to the maunder minimum period. Summers will be considerably shorter. The process of entering an ice age will be like riding a run-away-train.............of ice.
2035 - 2100 - We will get into proper mini ice age conditions, lasting until the end of the Century.
What to expect... This will be an extremely dangerous time for us northern hemisphere goers. Glaciers will start to grow and sea level will begin to drop. Huge ice sheets will begin to build up as northern seas begin to freeze. Expect huge snow and hail storms in the north, there will be no let up. England will become connected to Europe and the bread baskets of the world will fail. This is not alarmism, this is reality, a reality you should know about.
2100 - 2140- Slight warming but generally cooling. In the fuzz.
What to expect... After this mini ice age period we can expect slight warming, in the fuzz for 40 years or so. After this period we can expect further cooling.
2200 - On-wards - Begin decent into the 23,000 cycle Ice Age.
From 2140 onwards the northern hemisphere will descend into a 23,000 year ice age. Cooling will perpetuate for 11,000 years followed by 12,000 years of warming.
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In The Distant Future - Snowball Earth
In the future... What these ice age cycles are leading to is another SNOWBALL EARTHevent. When we study the time-line of previous ice age cycles we can see that the distances between ice age events is becoming longer, by about 1,000 years per event.