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MET Office Record UK Temp Claims Busted

In a typically hysterical and alarmist report last year the MET office claimed a UK “record high temp” but omitted this.

The Met Office claims it has a “rigorous process” of confirming the 40.3C record at RAF Coningsby on July 19th 2022 – but they forgot to mention that at least three Typhoon fighter jets landed on the runway in quick succession, right next to the measuring device.

Pilot logbooks report 3 of 4 Typhoons landed at 15:10, 15:15, and 15:15 (rounded off to the nearest five minutes), so we can assume they all landed in very close formation, bumping up the mercury on the thermometer.


The Met Office has not made a comment on the revelations.

Hardly surprising that as the MET Office are to this day pushing the fraudulent climate change dogma as though it were real. They also deny the existence of weather modification.

A new data portal enables users to understand local and national impacts from climate change.

Author: Press Office – 09:00 (UTC+1) on Thu 29 Jun 2023

The Met Office’s Climate Data Portal has gone live today, giving organisations improved access to climate data and other resources, allowing them to better understand and respond to climate change.

The project is part of the Hadley Centre Climate Programme (HCCP) and is, in part, funded by DSIT (Department for Science Innovation and Technology) and supports the work of DESNZ (Department for Energy Security and Net Zero) and other UK Government departments.  


Record breaking temperatures for the UK

Author: Press Office

13:16 (UTC+1) on Tue 19 Jul 2022

For the first time on record temperatures in the UK have exceeded 40°C.

A provisional temperature of 40.3°C was recorded at Coningsby at 15:12 yesterday (19 July) which, if confirmed, will beat the previous record of 38.7°C set in 2019 by 1.5°C.

With temperatures continuing to climb through the afternoon we will have to wait to see what the new record will actually be. New temperature records could also be set for Wales and Scotland.

The first ever Red Extreme Heat warning is still in place across parts of England together with a larger Amber Extreme heat warning, covering much of England, Wales and southern Scotland. With the extreme heat today comes the risk of thunderstorms,particularly in parts of the southwest today and, later, the northeast of England. A Yellow Thunderstorm Warning has been issued for parts of the Southeast tomorrow.