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Mt Etna eruption in Sicily and its effect on Malta?
« on: January 07, 2012, 13:35:52 »
Mt Etna eruption in Sicily and its effect on Malta in an Electric Universe? With the earths global electric weather system combined in an Electric Universe local places are likely to be connected. Some would have more influence on others depending on the relationship.

Mt Etna is europes most active volcano and a special one at that being a stratovolcano. Does it have any influence on the local weather system and malta's weather? Especially before, during and after the latest Mt Etna eruption?



For the last 2 or 3 months Malta has had an usually long period of bad weather - not all the time and with short periods of a few days of good weather but mainly miserable. Lots of rain, mainly cold wind from the north and for strangely for malta a lot of grey thick cloud cover.

Malta's weather does have cycles but this has not been normal.

Then the last couple of days the weather has gone mental. Rain, hail, sleet but the wind has been extreme. We have even seemed to have a number of 1 minute 'hurricanes' where the wind and weather has been very violent.

Could the recent few months of bad weather be linked to Mt Etna and the last couple of days has been due to the eruption? The wind has been from the North direction again during this time.

And will Malta's weather calm down now or in a few days once the earth has balanced itself out in our area?

Malta's weather is normally a bit wet and windy around the equinoxes when the seasons are changing. I view that as the local system balancing it self out (charging or discharging). Is this what is happening?

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Re: Mt Etna eruption in Sicily and its effect on Malta?
« Reply #1 on: January 08, 2012, 17:12:06 »
the weather has calmed down and is more a steady breeze than the chaos of the last few days, also not so cold. Also no rain or lightning. Clouds making lines/streets coming from the northish direction.

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Re: Mt Etna eruption in Sicily and its effect on Malta?
« Reply #2 on: January 27, 2012, 11:06:55 »
the weather since the most recent mount etna eruption? remained still very cold for malta, has not rained so much and not quite the same amount of grey blanket clouds but they have made appearances.

i dont think there has been much lightning over the last few months and considering if malta gets storm clouds there is a good chance of lightning this has been surprising.

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Re: Mt Etna eruption in Sicily and its effect on Malta?
« Reply #3 on: February 29, 2012, 13:36:47 »
it has been the coldest winter anyone can remember on Malta and Gozo. for 2 or 3 months it has been very cold during the day, the wind bitterly cold, with hardly any sunshine.

it has been grey and cloudy, like english cloud weather, most days which is very strange for malta.

the rain has been naughty also, instead of torrential rain we have had steady drizzle or rain most days like england also

hopefully the change has just started with a few sunny days but the wind is still cold