Bummer: ‘Climate Change’ To Lead To More Pleasant UK Weather

Which means doom, in case you didn’t know

(Daily Mail) Britain is in a climate change ‘sweet spot’ which could give us an extra fortnight of fine weather every year, researchers say

Britain is in a climate change ‘sweet spot’ which could mean an extra two weeks of fine weather every year, according to new research.

Days that are perfect for outdoor weddings, picnics or barbecues will increase due to an ‘overlooked benefit’ of global warming, say scientists.

The first analysis of its kind maps the winners and losers where climate change will affect the frequency of mild weather – when cricket, fishing, boating and hiking can also be best enjoyed.

You know, like happened during the Medieval Warm Period, and surely the previous Holocene warm periods. Or whatever they did for fun on warm days.

Britain and Northern Europe will gain as much as 10 to 15 days extra mild weather annually by the end of the 21st Century.

People living in the mid latitudes, which include much of the United States, as well as many mountainous areas around the world, will get more mild weather.

I’m not seeing the downside. People can get outside more, exercise (while looking at their smartphones), enjoy nature (while looking at their smartphones), just get fresh air (while looking at their smartphone).

Of course, the Warmists at Mother Jones can only see Dooooooom, which includes a sad looking dog sitting in a car while it rains

Picture the perfect picnic day: It’s neither too hot nor too cold, neither too humid nor too dry. The sun is shining, and there’s little chance of rain. For many of our outdoor activities, these are the days we care about and plan for. And yet, in the last few decades of climate research, scientists haven’t spent much time researching these “mild weather” days. (snip)

Ticking off a couple of days here and there doesn’t sound too bad when you’re planning for picnics or hikes. But, as Kapnick points out, mild weather days also affect critical economic activities, including construction, infrastructure projects, agriculture, and air and rail travel. Such shrinking and shifting of mild weather could lead to significant negative economic consequences, not to mention a threat to our global food supply. Even for the handful of regions around the world where mild weather is predicted to increase, there could be unexpected consequences. “People in sunny California know that just because you have sunny, lovely weather, mild weather, doesn’t mean that it’s necessarily a good thing for your water resources,” says Kapnick.

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2 Responses to “Bummer: ‘Climate Change’ To Lead To More Pleasant UK Weather”

  1. AndyG55 says:

    More pleasant weather….

    oh no.. the Poms won’t have anything to complain about.. !!

    The end is nigh !!

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