Met Office : “Very Sure About The Underlying Science”

Typical English Garden after global warming

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‘The Met Office are saying that despite the recent concerns about the science, they are very sure about the underlying science‘They tell us there is a 50-50 chance we will get a 2C rise. If we pull our finger out we could prevent us moving beyond 2C but we have to act pretty soon‘.

A 2C rise could mean summers in the UK reaching 38C – a climate similar to southern France.

That kind of temperature rise would see the traditional summer deep borders full of herbaceous perennials such as lupins and delphiniums replaced with Mediterranean plans.

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14 Responses to Met Office : “Very Sure About The Underlying Science”

  1. Ivan says:

    Shock! Horror! 2C rise in temperatures in UK!
    Mediterranean weather predicted!
    They could wind up like … oh, I dunno … Greece?
    Uh-oh! Too late…
    Shock as British deficit equals that of Greece
    Fears of debt crisis as January tax receipts fall by 9 per cent overall, while public expenditure rises 15 per cent.
    Britain’s public finances are in a worse position than those of Greece, according to the latest figures on government borrowing.”

  2. gator69 says:

    This will deal a severe blow to the UK’s tourism income, when skiers cease flocking to the isles to bomb deep powder in the back country.

  3. Justa Joe says:

    Children just won’t know what herbaceous perennials such as lupins and delphiniums are. Heck they probably don’t know now.

  4. Dave N says:

    They’re so certain about the science, they can’t even get a 3 month forecast right.. Total morons.

  5. Steve Clough says:

    Thank God and SUVs for Global Warming otherwise we would be under a mile of ice!

  6. tckev says:

    The Met office is now using newly peer review approved Spreadsheet software –
    New MannSoft® SpreadsheitAround© to do the MannMath®. It makes divide by zero easy, and the all new Hansenizer™ add-in means you can draw the plot before generating the data (just like the professionals).

    MannSoft with Gia-safe Security because you always know what you’re going to get.”

  7. Billy Liar says:

    The average July temperature in the South of England (Southampton) is nearly 3°C warmer than Southern Scotland (Edinburgh) already. It’s very easy for someone in the UK to experience a 2°C temperature rise – they just need to move from Edinburgh to Southampton. In fact, they’ve been doing it voluntarily for years.

    Scotland’s greatest export – its people.

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