By Paul Homewood
While the eastern half of the US freezes, Britain has enjoyed a remarkably warm start to the year. The CET is currently running at 2.06C above normal (the 1961-90 period).
What is most striking, though, is that no month yet has been anywhere near being a record, or indeed in any way remarkable. The rankings, etc , are shown below. (Remember, the CET series goes back to 1659).
Up to the end of April, the CET this year has worked out at 7.43C. A year ago, it ran at 4.22C, a turn around of 3.21C.
This figure dwarfs most forecasts of increases in temperature over the next century. I wonder how we have…
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