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Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Make up your bloody minds.


“British winters are likely to become milder and wetter like the last one but cold spells still need to be planned for, says the UK Met Office.

Summers are likely to be hotter and drier, but washouts are still on the cards, it adds.

The assessment of future weather extremes finds the role of human influence is "detectable" in summer heatwaves and in intense rainfall.

However, the Met Office says a lot more work must be done to confirm the links.

If the study is correct, it means everything from gumboots to snowploughs and sunscreen to anoraks will still be needed.”



  1. A N Other Filthy Engineer26 March 2014 at 07:27

    The Met Office...Isn't that the bunch of government lackeys who were finally forced to admit there had been no global warming for the last 15 years? And tried to hide the info by putting it on an obscure web page on Christmas eve with no accompanying press release? I wouldn't trust a word they say. They can't even get the daily forecast right half the time, let alone any long term predictions. Compared with commercial forecasting organisations they suck more than a Dyson.

  2. Met Office babblings are just white noise these days - why don't they just shut the f--k up. No-one is listening.


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