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Met Office’s New Flagship CMIP6 High Sensitivity Climate Model “does a great job at everything other than its primary function”

      This is a supplement to Paul’s post on this subject which I have just noticed on site. It seems we both got the same idea! I think it’s different enough from what Paul wrote to merit publishing too, so here it is with apologies to Paul where it overlaps. It’s an important … Continue reading

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One Day Heatwave at Cambridge Botanical Gardens Made 20 Times More Likely By Climate Change, Experts Say

    I’ve already covered the attribution study recently rushed out by scientists with regard to the very hot spell of weather in June. Now most of those same scientists have published a second attribution study which focuses on the 3 or 4 very hot days in northern France and Europe and the one very … Continue reading

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No Ifs, No Buts, the UK Met Office Has Decided That It Will be 39C Tomorrow and This Will Most Likely Be Due To Climate Change

      39C is the MOST likely maximum temperature tomorrow! The record for July is 36.7C, whilst the all-time UK record is 38.5C This is weather……..But #ClimateChange is making these dangerous extremes more likely. Stay safe #UKHeatwave https://t.co/m8SpULkRFQ pic.twitter.com/bUMfx204HD — Met Office (@metoffice) July 24, 2019 Is the heat this week due to our … Continue reading

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Rapid Extreme Weather Attribution? Forget It. We Now Have Pre Extreme Weather Attribution!

    I wrote about the dark art of rapid extreme weather attribution nearly three years ago. My, how time flies by. But that’s old hat now. Peter Stott, the Met Office pioneer of extreme weather attribution re. his study of the 2003 European heatwave has got very excited about the forecast brief spell of … Continue reading