United Kingdom: Met Office advice was ‘not helpful’

BBC: The Met Office has admitted issuing advice to government that was "not helpful" during last year's remarkable switch in weather patterns. Between March and April 2012, the UK experienced an extraordinary shift from high pressure and drought to low pressure and downpours. But the Met Office said the forecast for average rainfall "slightly" favoured drier than average conditions. The three-month forecast is said to be experimental. It is sent to contingency planners but has been withheld......

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