Nature


Killer Mild Weather Expected to Meander in to Britain!

Posted on November 11, 2015

When September arrived this year, I decided that because I have moved around so much in the last year and had experienced the pleasure of having many of my items getting lost, or indeed, stolen, I would treat myself to an ‘Autumn Collection’ of clothing. Fortunately, common sense prevailed and I chose to ignore a plethora of Facebook and Twitter links associated to Nathan Rao and The Daily Express; otherwise I would be sat here in an ...

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BBC Gripped by Weather Hysteria…And There’s More on the Way!

Posted on January 19, 2015

It would appear that The BBC is suffering its worst spell of weather hysteria this winter with experts predicting that this condition will last for at least the rest of the week. Clare, a BBC Breakfast reporter on a motorway bridge in Huddersfield, reported that last night the temperature had plummeted to -3c with a dusting of snow that is normally associated with winter on the West Yorkshire Moors. Clare, bless her, reported that the ...

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Britain Braces Itself For Worst Daily Express Weather Headlines For 100 Years!

Posted on December 9, 2014

Britain could be in line for it worst winter of Daily Express headlines for over 100 years, experts have warned. Brian Scandal from the on-line tabloid scaremongering organisation, Expresscheck.com, believes that all the signs are pointing towards a winter of Express winter headlines like never seen before. "The signs are not good. We had our first Arctic winter headlines in September and they have persisted through the Autumn and into ...

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Daily Express Winter Forecast 2014

Posted on October 31, 2014

Fantasy Scientists with no legitimate qualifications have issued their winter forecast to Daily Express scaremonger, Nathan Rao, confirming that we are all going to die. Andrew Knobcheese of unrecognised long range weather forecasting group ExactlyWrong, is warning that the winter of 2014-15 is set to be the coldest since records dating back to the Roman Empire, or something dramatic like that. "By mid November a Siberian plunge will ...

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Milford Puts Perspective on the Storms

Posted on February 17, 2014

The boys and I stayed down at my Dad's in Milford on Sea at the weekend, seeing first hand the damage caused by Friday night's storm that put the village on the map in a kind of unwanted way. When I say kind of unwanted, this is because, generally, if I go for a walk on Milford sea front in February, I could count the amount of fellow walkers on one, at a push, two hands, though there is always five or six cars with pensioners in, partaking ...

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