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On May 4, 2002 the Zetas stressed that temperature swings, as well as swings between drought and deluge, would increasingly occur as we approached the pole shift.

Weather irregularities will continue in the manner we have described since 1995, with increasing swings and extremes. In that weather irregularities are smoothed, by nature, by increased atmospheric activity or ocean currents, temperature extremes will not occur. Rather, oscillating extremes, similar to what the world has already experienced, will occur. Sudden shift to cold weather, sudden unseasonably warm weather, and the like.
ZetaTalk: 2002 Quickening, writen May 11, 2002

On May 5, 2006 the UK gave us an example of those extreme swings.

Basking in a One-Day Heatwave
May 5, 2006
One of the longest and coldest springs in decades gave way to a mini-heatwave yesterday as Britain basked in the highest temperatures of the year. Average temperatures across Northern, Central and South-East England were an unseasonably high 77-79F (25-26C), compared with an average temperature for May of 59-61F (15-16C). The sudden heat came after a protracted and chilly spring. The temperatures caused severe problems on the London Underground. On the District Line services were cut by half in the evening rush hour as trains slowed to 20mph to avoid the tracks buckling in the heat.

On January 7, 2008 Australia shifted from suffering under and extreme drought that had broken all records and lasted for years to drowing in floods from record rains. The drought to deluge swing the Zetas had predicted.

Australia Floods Strand Thousands
January 7, 2008
Thousands of people remain stranded by some of the worst flooding eastern Australia has seen in 20 years. Parts of the country's most populous state, New South Wales, have been cut off by heavy rain and have been declared natural disaster zones. There are similar problems further north in Queensland, which has also been battered by wild conditions. The floods are easing now but officials have warned that many communities could be isolated for several days. Others parts of the country had also been suffering from the weather. More summer rain is anticipated but climatologists believe it is far too early to declare Australia's drought to finally be over. They say that the continent's long dry spell has built up massive rainfall deficits that will take a lot more than one reasonable wet season to fix.

By July 6, 2009 an Oxfam report states that the "seasons are shifting".

Millions Face Hunger as Seasons Disappear
06 July 2009
A new report reveals that seasons which were once distinct are shifting, destroying harvests and causing widespread hunger. This is just one of the multiple impacts of climate change taking their toll on the world's poorest people, according to the Oxfam report 'Suffering the Science - Climate Change, People and Poverty'. New research based on interviews with farmers in 15 countries across the world reveals how once distinct seasons are shifting and rains are disappearing.