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The average temperature over the period came in at 6.0C, which is 1.8C, or nearly 25 per cent, lower than is typical for the time of year, according to the Met Office. This makes it the fifth coldest spring since records began in 1910 and the chilliest for 51 years. A Met Office spokesman said: "The colder than average conditions have been caused by difference patterns at certain times, but generally this season has seen frequent easterly and northerly winds which have brought…
In a little over a week's time, the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season will start and following the forecast from NOAA that this season will be more active than past seasons it raises the prospect of not just American impacts but British impacts as well. This is because, thanks to how hurricanes move, once they have finished with the United States they almost always take a right hander and barrel across the Atlantic giving us a terrible time about 72 hours after landfall in the United States.…Continue
First we have the coldest March for over 50 years, then it is reported that for 33 days (straight) the temperature across Europe was below the average for that time of year and then just as things look as they are improving (London reaching a high of 68 today), guess what? It all goes wrong again!
First it's a sandstorm in the Scottish Highlands then a forecast of temperatures dropping as a cold front crosses the…Continue
The cold is on it's last legs here in the United Kingdom as some parts of the country will today hit the dizzy heights of 10C (50F) (still well below the average of April of 12C (54F)) but as things start to warm up people are taking a chance to say "thank you" to everyone who helped during the worst of it
Civil defence volunteers who gave 400 hours to help Isle of Man residents during the recent snow storms, have been praised by…