Mr Madden says
"The upcoming week will remain largely settled and dry for many parts of the UK as high pressure dominates....... This will also bring some cold evenings with the development of varying frosts, in particular, in some rural parts of the country with temperatures often dropping below freezing, and there will also be some fog or potentially dense fog patches developing at times. However, it will feel very pleasant in the best of any developing sunshine, but variable cloud cover will often hinder this and some light rain or drizzle could develop in places at times, and even more so to some eastern areas."
It sounds like he's stating the blindingly obvious to me.
Well! He sounds a very clever man, shall we get him a place on mastermind Sybil, stating the bl*****g obvious.
Surprise surprise this time every year the Express spreads doom and gloom about the forthcoming winter.
Wrap up warmer, turn on the heating, wear sensible shoes, make comforting and nourishing hot meals, put a thicker duvet on, insulate your greenhouse.
It might be colder than average, it might be a bit milder - prepare for the worst and hope for the best - that's my mantra and it's not failed me yet
We must be getting two bad winters since there's two threads the same....
if the express does something, it likes to overdo it
Yes Hosta - and there's bound to be another article about Princess Diana to go with it....
tee hee, that's exactly what I was thinking about
my forecast is that it'll be horrible, cold, horrible, wet,horrible, frosty, horrible, dark, horrible, too long, horrible and everyone will look as miserable as me.
Did I say it'll be horrible?
It sells newspapers that's why - they roll out almost exactly the same front page every year.
And they've been spot on twice in the last 50yrs