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Thousands of you took part in the world’s largest climate experiment

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UK results

What does the experiment predict for UK climate change over the coming years?

Use the pop-ups below to investigate the predicted average temperature and rainfall for the UK. Remember that each person who ran the experiment on their computer contributed to these results.

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UK temperature change

How will the UK’s temperature change over the course of this century?

Compare average temperatures for summer, winter, spring and autumn around the UK.

Watch hypothetical weather forecasts from 2020, 2050 and 2080.

Find out how changes in temperature will affect you.

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The experiment predicts more intense rainfall during the winters. Total summer rainfall is set to decrease.

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UK rainfall

How will the UK’s rainfall patterns change over the course of this century?

Compare average rainfall maps for summer, winter, spring and autumn.

Find out how changes in rainfall will affect you.

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