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June (4 posts)

  1. The climate conundrum - why aren't global temperatures higher?

    Friday 28 June 2013, 17:48

    Paul Hudson Paul Hudson

    The vast majority of climate models predicted that global temperatures would be higher than they currently are. So what's gone wrong? Is the science flawed?

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  2. Have weather patterns really been unusual?

    Thursday 20 June 2013, 17:31

    Paul Hudson Paul Hudson

    Climate scientists met this week to discuss weather patterns that have been affecting the UK in the last few years. But are they really that unusual?

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  3. A typical British summer in the making

    Monday 10 June 2013, 16:05

    Paul Hudson Paul Hudson

    Weather patterns in the last few weeks offer clues as to what may lie ahead for the rest of summer.

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  4. Summer is here, but how long will it last?

    Monday 3 June 2013, 16:15

    Paul Hudson Paul Hudson

    How long will the summer weather last? Plus a look back at spring which turned out to be even colder than earlier estimates suggested.

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I worked as a forecaster with the Met Office for nearly 15 years locally and at the international unit, after graduating with first class honours in Geophysics and Planetary physics at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne in 1992. I then joined the BBC in October 2007, where I divide my time between forecasting and reporting on stories about climate change and its implications for people's everyday lives.

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