Met Office Data Shows Storm Desmond’s Rainfall Was Not “Record Breaking”Posted: January 12, 2016
Why let data spoil another cherry-picked global warming exteme weather propaganda story..?
Sarcasm aside, the climate alarm industry know that comparative/historic data, after the event, is too late and realise that their apocalyptic propaganda has resonated sufficiently to the masses.
The entire climate scare rides and thrives on this unfortunate and deceitful reality.
By Paul Homewood
I’ve just received some more data from the Met Office about Storm Desmond, which I asked for last month.
They have confirmed rainfall at Seathwaite of 122 and 112mm on the the 4th and 5th of December respectively, the days when most of the rain fell. We may recall that a 24-hour record of 341mm is claimed to have been at Honister Pass up to 6.00pm on the 5th.
If we plug in the Seathwaite numbers, along with the other data supplied by the Met Office at the time showing the highest 48-hour totals, we can compare Desmond with the storm in November 1898.
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