We could be in the grip of a decade of wet summers say scientists at Met Office climate summit…

… reports the Daily Wail in the latest big global warming, climate change, extreme weather story.

This is yet another thing that was never predicted by those wonderful, high certainty, government policy-influencing computer models.  No doubt this warrants another round of fat bonuses at the Met Office this year!

4 Responses to “We could be in the grip of a decade of wet summers say scientists at Met Office climate summit…”


  1. 1 woodsy42 18/06/2013 at 10:52 pm

    Given their record of forecasting this means now might actually be the time to buy a BBQ. They haven’t got a clue have they!

  2. 2 Lord Galleywood 18/06/2013 at 11:29 pm

    Do we have enough piano wire and lamp posts to go round – Do our masters think we are this stupid.

  3. 3 Jim 18/06/2013 at 11:33 pm

    Its been obvious to me for a while now that the AMO is one of the main drivers of the UK weather patterns, particularly with regards to summer rainfall. It was persistently negative through the 60s and 70s, resulting in long hot summers (of many older peoples youth), turning persistently positive around the millenium, resulting in damper summers thereafter. This pattern looks likely to persist for another few years, so damp summers may indeed be around for a while yet.

    And this prediction comes to you from me with the assistance of £0 of taxpayers money and no supercomputers whatsoever.

  4. 4 gerrydorrian66 19/06/2013 at 8:56 pm

    Of course we’re going to have wet summers – Britain was famous for these when the Romans invaded. It’s called weather, people…


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