Climate experts held a one-off summit yesterday to analyze just what is going on with Britain’s weather. They gave soggy Britain its outlook for the next ten years: A decade of washout summers. The forecast, based on findings that the Atlantic has warmed up, came after a climate summit at the Met Office HQ.
Between now and 2023, summer is going to be a thing of the past. Blazing hot days in the garden under a sunshade, barbeques in the warm outdoors to escape the heat of the house, cool drinks to quench a raging thirst, will all be a distant memory.
The think-tank in Exeter was called after six damp summers, a series of severe winters, the wettest summer in a century and the coldest spring in 50 years. The trend may extend for 20 years.
A gloomy summer day at Stonehenge in southern England. Stonehenge is an enigmatic prehistoric monument located on a chalky plain north of the modern day city of Salisbury, England. It was started 5,000 years ago and modified by ancient Britons over a period of 1,000 years. Its purpose continues to be a mystery.
The increased temperature in the Atlantic has caused Earth's weather changes. The effect could be leading to another ice age. Despite all mankind's knowledge and power, we have no control over Mother Nature.