The Met Office Did Warn Of A Bitter Cold Winter – In 2005

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/4355946.stm

That winter was 1-2C above normal in the UK.

http://data.giss.nasa.gov/

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11 Responses to The Met Office Did Warn Of A Bitter Cold Winter – In 2005

  1. James Mayeau says:

    The Met Office gets so much wrong, makes me wonder who helps them tie their shoes in the morning.

  2. omnologos says:

    not even the astrologer is able to get it wrong every single time

    but the Met Office is trying hard to achieve that

  3. Anything is possible says:

    The Met Office are sheer genius, they can correctly predict the weather 5 years advance.

    All they need to do now is employ somebody who understands how a calender works…..

  4. James Mayeau says:

    Let’s imagine that it’s not all madness. What could their method be?

    It’s worth thinking about.

  5. Latitude says:

    5 years ago, they had morals….

    ….now their story is they knew, but didn’t tell anyone, no morals

  6. Justa Joe says:

    Why is there even a Met office? There is no equivalent governmental organization in the USA.

  7. Mike Davis says:

    Yesterday they said we would have a high of 40+ today. Barely passed 32F
    20 % chance of a trace of rain. More snow in 2 hours than than we received in 24 hours Christmas Eve and Christmas Day! They say we might receive a trace of snow tonight. That generally means to expect a blizzard or no snow at all.
    NWS is doing a Mighty Fine job keeping up with UK MET!

  8. Baa Humbug says:

    Give the Met whatever it wants on the proviso that their predictions will be timely and public.

    Then expect the exact opposite of what they predict….voila’….perfect weather forecasting to use in your daily lives and businesses 🙂

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