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March (5 posts)

  1. How cold will March end up? Plus an Easter outlook

    Thursday 28 March 2013, 17:24

    Paul Hudson Paul Hudson

    March will end up one of the coldest on record - but how does it compare? Can we draw any wider conclusions about the extreme weather patterns that keep affecting the UK? Plus an Easter forecast.

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  2. Homes still cut off after deepest March snow since 1979

    Monday 25 March 2013, 16:01

    Paul Hudson Paul Hudson

    The weekend's snow was the worst in March since 1979, leading to huge drifts in some areas. With the jet stream way to the south of its normal position, there's little hope that the cold will end anytime soon.

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  3. More snow as March set to be coldest since '69

    Thursday 21 March 2013, 15:36

    Paul Hudson Paul Hudson

    March is turning out to be exceptionally cold and there's more snow on the way for some of us - will your area be affected? And what's in store next week and into the Easter weekend?

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  4. Global warming: The missing energy

    Wednesday 13 March 2013, 15:35

    Paul Hudson Paul Hudson

    Why have global temperatures continued to flat-line, despite ever increasing levels of greenhouse gases? Where has this 'missing energy' gone?

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  5. Don't pack away the snow boots just yet

    Tuesday 5 March 2013, 16:20

    Paul Hudson Paul Hudson

    March can often be a month of wild extremes. Last year, March was one of the sunniest and warmest on record. But this year, could winter be about to return? Plus an update on the current global temperature.  

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