Wednesday, 1 July 2015

Heatwave Action

Met Office language is interesting. A couple of hot days is a heatwave where a longer period of unusually cold weather would be a cold snap. A wave sounds as if it ought to be longer than a snap but it tends to be the other way round.


Woodsy42 said...

Subtle message - Cold good, hot bad!

graham wood said...

Another couple of days of this will be proof positive of c@i+a%te
"ha^ge, and the "science" will be settled (again)

Incidentally, I like to pose the question to our warmist friends - which climate is changing? Do you mean the temperate climate zones, the arctic, or antarctic, or then is it just the equatorial areas, or again, is it ALL of them at the same time? That is globally?
If it is the latter what an amazing co-incidence!

A K Haart said...

Woodsy - it is and they do it all the time.

Graham - politically all climates are supposed to be warming but in fact they aren't. Here in central England the mean annual temperature hasn't changed in 25 years.