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The most extreme weather forecast ever? Or the Viking End Times?

By journalwells  |  Posted: February 21, 2014

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Floods, earthquakes and now a temperature of a million dregrees centigrade? Climate change certainly appears to be out of control.

Either that or Ragnarok, The Viking end of the world, is coming

Anyone taking our website for granted might have thought that going out without sunscreen today might be a bad move.

The weather page on this website appears to have been hit by climate gremlins, indicating a temperature of more than 1,000,000 degrees C - one tenth of that of the surface of the sun and 2325 times that on the surface of Mercury.

On the other hand you're going to need big wellies and a substantial umbrella to cope with the 999,999 mm of rain expected and make sure your hat is on tightly as we're getting a 3163510 mph wind.

What has caused this armageddon type weather situation?

Could be the Welsh Weather Wizards and their HAARP array? Is God cross with the Church of England for moving the Bishop out of his palace?

It it, of course, a technical hitch. We hope, or Micheal Fish's "there isn't going to be a hurricane" will look like ideal weather for a summer picnic.

Or could it be that the end of the world is coming? The Vikings believed that Ragnarok, their own version of the apocalypse arrives on Saturday.

More on Ragnarok here


Ragnarok predicts:

Brothers will fight

and kill each other,

sisters' children

will defile kinship.

It is harsh in the world,

whoredom rife

—an axe age, a sword age

—shields are riven—

a wind age, a wolf age—

before the world goes headlong.

No man will have

mercy on another.

Be careful out there. Don't forget your battleaxe...

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  • tadchem  |  February 21 2014, 2:33PM

    The temperature, wind speed, rainfall, and cloud cover remain unchanged for the duration of the forecase, meaning that 'climate change' has stopped. :)