Met Office: Snowy UK winters could become thing of the pastPosted: December 7, 2020
Climate models from the 1970’s have consistently predicted that “CO2-induced global warming/climate change” should be causing a significant decline in total snow cover. However, Global snow cover has actually increased since at least the start of the record (Connolly et al, 2019), leading to some scepticism within the scientific community about the validity of the climate models…. but not in the lame stream media, and never by industry members of the climate change cult, of course.
❄️“RESORTS could lose up to 40% of snow by 2020” @CSIRO (2003)
❄️SNOW “will become a very rare & exciting event. Children just aren’t going to know what snow is” Dr.Viner (2000)
❄️“DECREASE heavy snowstorms” @IPCC_CH (2001)
❄️“END of Snow?” @NYTimes (2014)
UK winter weather forecast [image credit: BBC]
It’s nearly Christmas so maybe time to get the old chestnuts out, and this one is now 20 years old. Let’s see how it fares in the next 20.
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By the 2040s most of southern England may no longer get sub-zero days, new Met Office data suggests.
It is one of a series of projections about how UK’s climate could change, shared with BBC Panorama.
It suggests by the 2040s most of southern England could no longer see sub-zero days. By the 2060s only high ground and northern Scotland are still likely to experience such cold days.
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