By Paul Homewood
While the Met Office were busy trumpeting the “record warm February”, for some reason they forgot to mention what they were forecasting at the end of January:
The influence of an SSW can persist for many weeks after its occurrence, so an increased likelihood of below-average temperatures will persist through February and into March.
Perhaps if they spent more effort on getting their forecasts right, and less on climate propaganda, we might all be grateful!
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March 5, 2019 at 10:00AM