Posted by Neil Hague - memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 24 June 2024

Scarcely a Day Passes Without the Met Office Announcing Another ‘Record’ Temperature. But How Many of its Weather Stations are Next to Airports and Solar Farms?

Last week, the weather was pleasant and often balmy across the U.K., and to take full advantage of the gently rising warmth, there was no better place to be than Heathrow Airport. This was the spot where the hottest day U.K. record was secured on no less than five occasions. Further north, heat lovers could have headed for Hull East Park, where the Yorkshire and Humber regional day record was observed no less than four times. Of course, heat lovers might welcome the hot air blast from countless jet engines in the first location and the presence of what appears to be a solar farm located a few metres from the measuring station in the later venue. They certainly don’t appear to be much of a problem for the Met Office either, which compiles these ridiculous figures and claims seemingly for Net Zero political purposes.

Every day, the Met Office publishes the highest recorded temperature for a number of areas across the four countries in the United Kingdom. Every day, many of the same sites feature at the top of the various local lists. Last week, in Scotland, the measuring station at Edinburgh Botanic Gardens, Glasgow and Leuchars featured on four days out of seven, along with Inverbervie on three. In England, Heathrow and Hull East Park were joined by Killowen on four days, along with Usk, Durham and Pershore College on three.

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