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Cold winter weather warning could help wind campaigners

5 November 2013 Last updated at 11:13 GMT

Climate change could result in colder, less windy winters, and that may affect government plans for wind farms.

Tim Iredale, BBC political editor for Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, reports on what those predictions could mean for UK weather and power sources in coming years.

He spoke to Prof Mike Lockwood from the University of Reading, Melvin Grosvenor from Marsh Windfarm Action Group, and TV weatherman John Kettley.

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