Scorching UK summers to become commonplace, says study

Guardian: Scorching summers are likely to become common in the UK by the end of the century while winters turn wetter and less chilly, according to new research. Met Office researchers carried out a new analysis of long-range climate projections for the UK based on 30 year averages. It reveals that the chances of very cold British winters or soggy summers dwindle as the world warms, but could still occur in individual years. The lead scientist, Dr David Sexton, and head of scenarios development at the......

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