The Met Office has issued alarming long-range forecasts of severe global warming stories expected to hit Britain in 2014.
Between the months of March and September there will be widespread news pollution with trumped-up links between the weather on a specific day in a particular location, and global climate change effects. Forecasters warn that people waiting at bus stops, supermarket checkouts and on crowded trains will be heard to blame the warm summer weather on global warming, with this effect rising to a peak around July and August.
Using blindingly complicated data modelling based on broad assumptions, they are also able to predict that a widely-expected reduction in average monthly rainfall between April and October will be connected to global warming, most especially at the BBC.
The Met Office is issuing a formal "amber alert" to warn of excessive inappropriate application of the phrase 'climate change' - specifically related to the forecast that at some point during the year there will be a localised incident of unusually heavy rainfall, leading to minor local flooding, additional hand-wringing about carbon dioxide emissions and further government subsidies for windmills.
Fortunately, there is an end in sight. Barring any unexpected 'freak' weather conditions, this short-lived trend of global warming hyperbolae will probably return to background levels next winter.
Global warming news to hot up in 2014, warn forecasters
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The Met Office has issued alarming long-range forecasts of severe global warming stories expected to hit Britain in 2014.Posted 5 months ago #
I've already got Australian friends linking the recent Typhoon in the Philippines to the election of Tony AbbottPosted 5 months ago #
Lol, although the background levels will be sure to increase as the momentum increases for the argument that global warming is to blame for our colder winters.Posted 4 months ago #
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