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In September, 1999 ZetaTalk stated in their predictions for the Next 3 1/2 years that hurricanes would be no more fierce than previously, but would occur in atypical places. On Feb 20, 2007 the Zetas explained how the Earth wobble was creating a pump driving wind into Europe.

Hurricanes will be no more fierce than they are today, but will occur in places not used to hurricanes force winds. Not just Japan and the East Coast of the US and Bangladesh, but other places, perhaps the west coast of Africa, places that do not expect hurricanes blasting inland.
ZetaTalk: Next 3 1/2 Years, written Sep 15, 1999
Both Europe and the US went from unseasonably warm weather to ice storms or hurricanes. We explained recently on the GLP live chat for late December that the figure 8 so well documented when the wobble first established itself in 2004 has continued, with more vehemence. During the wobble, the Earth is suddenly dragged under its mantle of air, but the air mass tries to cling to the land, and follow. This has the effect of pulling cold air to the South, pulling warm air to the North, and all of this creates hurricanes. Hurricanes or cyclones are formed over warm equatorial waters, and the same effect is produced when warm land such as Europe has experienced is pushed under cold air. For the US mainland the result has not been hurricane force winds but a rush of high pressure cold air into the low pressure that warm air essentially becomes, being lighter because the air molecules are more active and thus farther apart from each other. For Europe, which is tipped to the left, the north-west, during the wobble, and then back again to the right, to the north-east, the wobble acts like a pump, first pushing air down toward the Equator and then sucking it back up. Combined with the Coriolis effect, this creates swirls, drawing the cold air from the Arctic down into the center, thus the hurricane formation. Will this type of extreme weather continue? Certainly, but other forms of extremes will show up too. We have warmed that the seasons will blend into one another, that hurricanes and tornadoes will appear where unexpected, and that swings from drought to deluge will continue, all in an unpredictable manner. We have warned of this since 1995, from the start of ZetaTalk, when it came under much ridicule. Are the debunker claims, that the weather is normal, still being made now?
ZetaTalk: GodlikeProductionLive, written Feb 20, 2007

On Jan 19, 2007 Europe was battered by a hurricane not seen in a decade. But this was becoming routine as on March 3, 2008 yet another such hurricane battered Europe. Atypical, but with normal hurricane force winds.

Poland Battered by Deadly Storm
January 19, 2007
Poland and the Czech Republic are the latest countries to have been hit by a storm that has swept northern Europe leaving at least 43 people dead. At least six people were reported killed in Poland as winds of more than 200km/h (124mph) were recorded. Germany, the UK, France, Belgium, and the Netherlands were picking themselves up on Friday after the storm passed. Meteorologists said the winds reached severe gale force in Britain and were the strongest there since January 1990. They hit hurricane force in Germany, the worst in nearly a decade.
High Winds Kill Eight, Cut Power In Central Europe
March 3, 2008
In Germany, trains were delayed by uprooted trees and an intercity express collided with a fallen tree between the cities of Cologne and Koblenz. Nearly 130 flights to or from Frankfurt airport were either cancelled or diverted. Air traffic in Austria and the Czech Republic was also briefly interrupted when the storm, packing winds of between 155 kph (96 miles) and 180 kph (110 mph) lashed parts of central Europe. The storms left a mounting death toll across the region. Power cuts hit tens of thousands of households in Austria; and the high winds also disrupted power supplies to around 150,000 people in Bavaria.