Thing Of The Past Strikes The UK

Autumn chill takes its grip as temperatures plunge to -7.3C 

I remember warm November days at the beach in Bournemouth during the 1960s, but global warming has turned the weather cold.

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9 Responses to Thing Of The Past Strikes The UK

  1. Andy DC says:

    There could also be unusual snows assoicated with Sandy. But now cold events are supposed to be evidence of global warming. They changed the rules during the middle of the game. How convenient! They think they are so clever.

  2. Children just won’t know what a green Halloween is.

  3. chris y says:

    That is not ‘snow’. That is aerosolized Arctic sea ice that melted last week and was transported to the UK. It has been well established that melted sea ice undergoes an irreversible bond angle adjustment, causing it to refreeze at temperatures well above 0 C. The raw outside temperature in that picture is -7.3 C, but this is not trustworthy data. Applying suitable adjustments such as UHI, TOBS, grant-seek, foundational data settling, etc., switches the sign to +7.3 C*.

  4. Jimmy Haigh says:

    This is what global warming does though. We deniers will never understand it.

  5. tckev says:

    Climate Education 1.
    Well kiddies this is global warming snow. Unfortunately you’ll never see real snow as your parents’ generation have ruined your future and the planet’s climate by burning coal and oil…


  6. donald penman says:

    Just look at the surprise on the deers face.I have driven down twice to Norwich from Lincoln in the last two weeks it always seems to be raining there and I thought that there was supposed to be a drought,not just a little rain but a downpour. It is the first time I have been to Norwich since I was at an Open University summer school there at the UEA in the early 1980s.

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