By Paul Homewood
I came across this page in HH Lamb’s Climate, History and the Modern World yesterday.
Don’t worry about the details on the map, as they are too small to read in the book anyway. It is his description at the bottom that makes for interesting reading.
Note how temperatures in Iceland were higher than Rome and the south of France.
What he has has identified is precisely the same sort of meteorological set up, which has recently wafted up mild Atlantic air into the Arctic, and cold continental air to the UK.
Nowadays, climate scientists try to persuade us that there is something unprecedented and alarming about this, and that it must have something to do with “melting Arctic ice”.
Lamb would have called it weather!
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March 7, 2018 at 04:45AM