By Paul Homewood
We are more than familiar with repeated projections from climate scientists of how UK summers will become much hotter and drier, and talk of killer heatwaves.
At other times, we have had Adam Scaife, of the Met Office Hadley Centre, claim that “melting Arctic ice” could lead to wetter summers here.
Neil Catto has been been collecting weather data from 28 geographically well spread stations in the UK for the last eighteen years. His findings below show that, far from the apocalyptic warnings from so called scientists, British summers, regardless of year to year variations, have changed little over the period:-
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