Met Office About To Hit The Global Warming “Resume” Button

Global warming ‘on pause’ but set to resume

Global warming has been on “pause” for 15 years but will speed up again and is still a real threat, Met Office scientists have warned.

Global warming ‘on pause’ but set to resume – Telegraph

It turns out that someone at the Met Office unknowingly hit the global warming “pause” button fifteen years ago, but they found the remote control and are about to press the “resume” button.

The Met Office apologizes for any inconvenience this may have caused people who took their seasonal forecasts seriously over the last 15 years.

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14 Responses to Met Office About To Hit The Global Warming “Resume” Button

  1. Latitude says:

    yep…it’s hiding in the deep ocean and making extreme weather……….

  2. shazaam says:

    I wonder how many “Global cooling” alarms the Met Office sounded during the 1970’s??

    And did they also suggest that “Global cooling” might take a multi-decade pause now & then when the cooling wasn’t happening? That way they could always be correct no matter what happened in the future.

    • QV says:

      An interesting question.

      I may be wrong but I think the MO concentrated on recording weather data and forecasting the weather back then.
      The Hadley Centre wasn’t established until 1990.

  3. omnologos says:

    heat came back to the UK as soon as met office said no more heat for 10 years

    then they forecasted heatwave for a month, that’s why it’ll end this Wednesday

    they never fail to fail

  4. Sparks says:

    The met office is full of shit! everyone knows this.

  5. johnbuk says:

    “Warming to resume” – thank God for that, for a moment there I thought they were talking a load of bollocks!

  6. What else are they going to say? “Hey, we’re idiots and have no idea what we’re talking about.”

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