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Britain'S Met Office
Latest Britain'S Met Office Items
Global warming may have contributed to low rain levels in Somalia in 2011 where tens of thousands died in a famine, research by British climate scientists suggests.
According to temperature data just released by Britain's Met Office, the world's climate cooled during 2011 and has continued the trend in 2012. This news has come just as the United Nations climate summit commenced in Doha, Qatar, with the goal of finding ways to cut global "greenhouse" gas emissions.
Global warming: Been there, done that. Forward-looking folks are adjusting their fretting machinery now to something called Cycle 25. Button up your overcoats. Ice is on the way.
A plume of dense ash from an Icelandic volcano was bearing down on Scotland and set to disrupt flights there as early as Monday night, Britain's Met Office said.