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Met Office predicted dry December-January-February Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha

As the “We believe in Global Warming” Met Office gravely informs us that the current storms, heavy rainfall and floods are most likely due to human activity, they probably hope we’ve forgotten the 3-month forecast they originally made on November 21st 2013 for December-January-February. Here it is in all its glory:

“For the December-January-February period as a whole there is a slight signal for below-average precipitation.”

Please, stop laughing. This is serious. This is the best they can do in spite of their massive investment in bigger and faster computers and the technology that was going to enable better prediction of where the jet stream would be positioned. No doubt all the Met Office “scientists” will be getting their performance bonuses regardless.

The problem at the Met Office is the same as I described at the Environment Agency in yesterday’s blog. All these public-sector organisations have been taken over by Labour-supporting, leftist, politically-correct, bureaucratic, self-serving, incompetent handwringers. They are unable to view any situation objectively and always fall back on pointless Guardianista dogma, however strong the evidence that what they’re saying is a load of b*ll*cks.

No doubt following the floods, our taxes and energy costs will shoot up as the Government claims this is necessary to protect us from Climate Change.

But if we reduced our CO2 emissions to zero, the Chinese and Indians would replace them in just a couple of months. Climate changes, always has, always will, the question is, is it man-made? Probably not.

If even a teeny weeny bit is anthropogenic, can we on our little island do anything to stop it? NO! But we can commit economic suicide by driving all our energy-intensive industries abroad and throwing all their employees out of work.

Here’s the Met Office’s supercomputer which predicted a drier-than-average winter with a worried-looking Met Office “scientist”. Perhaps he’s worrying about whether to suggest imposing a hosepipe ban as the drier-than-average winter predicted by his computer could lead to water shortages?

Maybe it’s time we scrapped the £187m a year Met Office with its £200,000 per year boss and handed a contract for producing weather forecasts to a private-sector company that wasn’t obsessed by the myth of AGW?

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