As of lunchtime yesterday, the Met Office wasn’t at all sure how Britain’s weather would turn out today. According to a spokesman, some of its computer models were predicting ‘a rather miserable day for some southern areas’. Others, however, suggested it would be ‘fine and bright’. ‘Sometimes the atmosphere can provide a real challenge for forecasters,’ the spokesman admitted wearily. (But those who have trouble forecasting the weather for next weekend, want us to believe their same models can forecast global climate 100 years hence.)
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