Coldest UK Spring In 30 Years

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9 Responses to Coldest UK Spring In 30 Years

  1. Lance says:

    30 years….now that’s climate!

  2. Adam Gallon says:

    Tell me about it!
    Just had to light a fire and it’s going to be hot water bottle time in bed tonight!
    The rest of Europe’s not much better, stages in the Giro d-Italia stage race have been shortened/altered, because of snow & ice in the Alps.

  3. Mike says:

    It’s been said before and it’s worth repeating, a full ice age will be upon us and the alarmists will be saying it’s a consequence of global warming.

  4. Old Goat says:

    It’s ruddy cold here in south Central France, too. The Spring (such as it is) has remained cold, wet and windy. Everything’s at least a month behind, including the annual opening of my swimming pool.

    The Met Office predict a “Mediterranean Climate” for the UK in the future, apparently. All I would say to that is, you are more than welcome to MY Mediterranean Climate.

  5. Jimbo says:

    Across the pond our Canary in The Coal Mine this May has been in the deep freezer. The nutcase Suzanne Goldenberg in the Guardian chose to visit Alaska by plane to report on America’s fires climate refugees. What a climate clown.

    “The cold, hard facts: New century frigid for Alaska”
    Alex DeMarban
    May 17, 2013

    Frigid mid-May temperatures leave Denali Park businesses struggling to open
    Laurel Andrews
    May 21, 2013

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