Tuesday, May 01, 2012

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The wettest drought since records began

Figures from the Met Office suggest Britain has endured its wettest April since records began more than a century ago in 1910.

But here is the Met Office forecast for April, issued on March 12th, 2012:

Met Office 3-month Outlook Period: April – June 2012 Issue date: 23.03.12

SUMMARY – PRECIPITATION: The forecast for average UK rainfall slightly favours drier than average conditions for April-May-June as a whole, and also slightly favours April being the driest of the 3 months. With this forecast, the water resources situation in southern, eastern and central England is likely to deteriorate further during the April-May-June period. The probability that UK precipitation for April-May-June will fall into the driest of our five categories is 20-25% whilst the probability that it will fall into the wettest of our five categories is 10-15% (the 197-2000 climatological probability for each of these categories is 20%).



Anonymous Ed P said...

When were the Met Office ever right? Even the 1987 storm was "overlooked" by their crap models.
This sums up the Climate Change bollox - the programs are wrong and the "inputs" often in error, but the computers are fast and worshipped, so too too many still believe this rubbish.

5:42 pm  
Anonymous Letmethink said...

The models are very good though at predicting a hundred years hence.

10:01 am  

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