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Winter ? What Winter ! It's an Indian Summer. The last few days of Autumn.

Infinity
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Winter ? What Winter ! It's an Indian Summer. The last few days of Autumn.

[I know Winter officially begins on the 21st December this year...]
During the last few days of Autumn
Outside at 3:30am, the temperature is a warm 13.2ºC
It is raining gently too.
Nr Buxton, Derbyshire

And there's even a Daily Mail article on the unseasonably warm temperatures...

Plants flower as warm and wet weather tells wildlife it's springtime:
Winter woolies still in wardrobe as temperatures are double the December average

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2524354/Plants-flower-warm-wet-weather-tells-wildlife-spring...
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Re: Winter ? What Winter ! It's an Indian Summer. The last few days of Autumn.

just like last year with the high sunspot activity in December (warm a+ wet December) and freezing January.....
oh also the wind has been predominantly blowing from the south west giving us the warm air when it should be blowing from the north, still looking forward to things getting warmer, I rather like the idea that in 30 years we will be having xmass dinner on the beach in our shorts .....but like everything lese I am almost certain the climate change numpties have got there sums wrong
just because your paranoid doesn't mean they aren't out to get you