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‘Fogmageddon 2015′ causes second day of chaos

The Met Office is reporting that the blanket of fog that is currently suffocating our country is due to remain for a second day, with experts warning that it is likely to cause wide-scale irritation.

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Posted: Nov 2nd, 2015
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Listeners baffled as Met office predict misty ‘but not murky’ weather

In an awkward farewell to their tenure with the BBC, the Meteorological Office caused consternation today when they predicted that Tuesday morning’s weather would only be ‘misty’. Radio listeners who hadn’t mentally turned off as soon as the forecast started were left confused when the usual ‘and murky’ was omitted from the forecast.

‘Just what is happening with our weather?’ demanded Radio 2 listener Colin Pope, 62. ‘It can’t be just misty. It has to be misty and murky…’

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Posted: Sep 13th, 2015
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England move test match to St Andrews

In a bid to save the second test against Australia, England has upped-stumps and moved the match to St Andrews Golf Course.

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Posted: Jul 20th, 2015
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Fine weather my doing, say all party leaders

turn out's nice againAs days of unusually warm and sunny weather followed on from the first party leaders’ debate, the leaders themselves have been arguing about who deserves the most credit for it.

‘I arranged for the fair weather to start today,’ said David Cameron. ‘I pledge that the next Conservative government will continue to improve the weather in real terms over the next five years.’ He looked annoyed when George Osborne suggested that he had, in fact, created the ‘right climate’ for the good weather.

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Posted: Apr 7th, 2015
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Met Office warns of a warm Christmas

chestnuts to be roasted in the sunshine on the patio‘It’s probable that some areas are going to experience double digit temperatures over Christmas,’ conceded a Met Office official today. ‘We think it could be due to a warm southerly front or the new supercomputer overheating, but there is a real risk of a warm Christmas, with grey skies and light drizzle. You know, like the last 45 Christmases everywhere outside the Scottish Highlands, only a bit warmer still.’

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Posted: Dec 19th, 2014
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