Thursday, April 19, 2012

May is predicted to be coldest for 100 YEARS in Britain

Britain is facing the coldest May for 100 years after experts predicted the miserable weather from this month would continue into next.

The cool spring is set to remain chilly with snow expected in some areas and low temperatures and bitter winds causing Britons to shiver elsewhere.

Temperatures could struggle to get above 5C in the East – the area which is expected to be hit worst by a lingering system of cold air.

That is much cooler than the average May daytime high of about 15C across the UK.

Read more: Mail Online 


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