13 Oct 2008.
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Mystic Met: A Chronology of Failed Met Office Predictions
How Accurate are the Met Office Climate Models?
The Met Office is the official UK Meteorological agency and a key promoter of climate alarmism, which claims that simulation models are now accurate predictors of both global and local effects of stimuli to the climate, such as volcanoes and carbon dioxide emissions (BBC "Climate Wars" series).
 
"If the models are so reliable, the Met Office should be able to get the general trends right for the British weather," said ABD Environment Spokesman, Paul Biggs.
 
Here the ABD presents a chronology of notable predictions via Met Office press releases starting on January 4th 2007, and invites readers to judge the accuracy of the Met Office climate models for themselves:

 
 
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