Climate Breakdown In 1948!

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

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The UK has broken the record for its warmest winter day for the second consecutive day, with a temperature of 21.2°C in Kew Gardens, London.

The UK has broken the record for its warmest winter day for the second consecutive day, with a temperature of 21.2°C in Kew Gardens, London.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47374936

There was a big song and dance about the new record temperature set at Kew this week, 21.2C or 70F.

We are told that summerlike temperatures at this time of year are unheard of. Caroline Lucas even ludicrously called it “climate breakdown

Yet back in March 1948, we had even higher temperatures early in the month, on the 9th:

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https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/learning/library/archive-hidden-treasures/monthly-weather-report-1950s

The high of 75F recorded at Wealdstone that day is probably even more exceptional than the record at Kew this week , on the 26th.

We would expect March daytime temperatures to be maybe 4F…

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