The "Little Ice Age" is expected to take place in 2030 to 2040, which occurred during the 17th and 18th century. The findings were presented by various researchers at a conference held recently in Wales.
The Sun has its own magnetic field that varies from time to time. Valentina Zharkova, a professor at Northumbria University, who led the research, uses a new model of “predict irregularities within the Sun’s 11-year heartbeat that draws on dynamo effects in two layers of the Sun, one close to the surface and one deep within its convection zone.”
In 1843 it was found that each cycle of Sun’s activities was lasting around 10 to 12 years. But the new model can offer to scientists the opportunity to predict the cycles more accurately. The magnetic wave patterns indicate that “Cycle 25, which peaks in 2022 and Cycle 26, from 2030 to 2040 will both have a significant reduction in solar activity,” which will result in the mini-ice age.