BBC Is Upset

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The BBC and the Met Office are upset people aren’t buying their anti-energy propaganda and hysteria based on two hot days last week – and apparently they are blaming some of the rejection of their propaganda on me.

“BBC meteorologist Matt Taylor said he had never experienced anything like it in nearly 25 years working in weather. The Royal Meteorological Society condemned the trolling. Most of the abuse seems to have been prompted as links were made between the heatwave and climate change.”

“Met Office lead meteorologist Alex Deakin said “it’s scary in some ways”, adding: “I find it more frustrating and offensive for my colleagues – some of the great minds in climate science. Show a bit of respect and do a bit more research rather than just believe Bob down the pub or Tony on YouTube.””

UK heatwave: Weather forecasters report unprecedented trolling – BBC News

London, United Kingdom Weather Calendar | Weather Underground

If “some of the great minds in climate science” knew what they were talking about, they would know that it wasn’t a heatwave at all.  According to the WMO, a heatwave lasts a minimum of five days.

“The World Meteorological Organization defines (heatwave) as five or more consecutive days during which the daily maximum temperature surpasses the average maximum temperature by 5 °C (9 °F) or more.”

heat wave | meteorology | Britannica

In 1976, the UK had an actual heatwave – sixteen consecutive days averaging over 90F.

via Real Climate Science

July 29, 2022