The Early Spring Arrives In Scotland

They told us this was going to happen, after they told us it wasn’t going to happen, after they told us it was going to happen.

http://www.fwi.co.uk/

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9 Responses to The Early Spring Arrives In Scotland

  1. Mike Davis says:

    The ski resorts are making money off the early Spring!!!!

  2. Piers Corbyn says:

    You might like to know that our WeatherAction long range forecast for 13-15th March (issued in Feb) said for Scotland & North parts of England
    “Heavy rain turns to sleet/snow/thundersnow in places, becoming cold & windy”
    We warned this wasnt going to be a ‘global warmers March!’
    Cheers Piers
    visit http://www.weatheraction.com for other news

  3. Andy Weiss says:

    Mr. Corbyn,

    Do you have any feeling yet about the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season or the 2011-12 winter forecast for the eastern US?

    Of course, you can’t give the store away for nothing, but just a hint?

    Thanks,

    Andy

  4. Nobama says:

    It’s Hotsnow, so it’s okay. Those sheep are actually toasty warm right now. And they’re gorging on the bevvy of early grass shoots.

  5. Axel says:

    Check out the webpage : http://fraudulentclimate.atspace.com/twitterfight1.html
    which has got webcam pictures from the main Scottish Mountian Ski resorts, and also
    selected roadside cameras (near live), where you CAN SEE weather conditions for yourself, and not rely on the fantasies of the UK Met Office. THREE FEET of snow reported on Cairngorm Mountain over the weekend ! …

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