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Women In Charge : Prof. Julia Slingo, Chief Scientist at the UK Met Office.

chief scientist Julia Slingo, the pretend weather expert that consistently gets it wrong. Have yet to get any prediction right.

chief scientist Julia Slingo, the pretend weather expert that consistently gets it wrong. Have yet to get any prediction right.

Prof.Julia Slingo Has Yet to Get Any Prediction Correct.

Everyone would have heard of the England’s Met Office. A pretend meteorological department whose guesswork on the “Climate” and the Weather is more the acts of tossing a coin or consulting a “Soothsayer” for their results. These are the same pretenders that consistently and without fail, fail to predict the weather and it just refuses to act out their warmist theories. Last Year they complained about not having a big enough number cruncher to number crunch their theoretical doom models, but even the inclusion of a bigger computer has just demonstrated what a bunch of weather pretenders they really are at a faster rate. One could predict the weather better than these faux scientists by using a Weedgee board. Never before has such incompetence been illustrated, demonstrated and yet promoted in the public arena, as the real thing. That entire department is a complete farce as everyone already knows.

Prof. Julia Slingo fails to comprehend that Garbage In, only produces Garbage Out or in the theorist warmist terms, Garbage In/Gospel Out.

Slingo Pretends She Knows Why It’s Been So Wet!

Following release of provisional rainfall data for the UK, showing that 2012 has been one of the wettest on record, Professor Julia Slingo, chief scientist at the Met Office, tells us

The trend towards more extreme rainfall events is one we are seeing around the world, in countries such as India and China, and now potentially here in the UK”, adding that “the long-term trend towards wetter weather is likely to continue as global air temperatures rise. “

Leaving aside the fact that the Met Office have also been warning us about droughts lately, let’s take a look at some of the forecasts they were making during 2012.

Each month they issue a 3-month outlook. Unfortunately the ones issued prior to September have disappeared from their archives, but I had already saved the April-June, and also the Sep-Nov forecasts. Along with the Oct-Dec ones, what were the Met forecasting as the year progressed?

On 23rd March, they predicted “The forecast for average UK rainfall slightly favours drier than average conditions for April/May/June as a whole, and also slightly favours April being the driest of the 3 months.”

RESULT – RAINFALL TOTALS WERE 176%, 94% AND 203% OF NORMAL IN APRIL, MAY AND JUNE RESPECTIVELY.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/media/pdf/p/i/A3-layout-precip-AMJ.pdf

On 24th August, their forecast for September “weakly favours below normal values”.

RESULT – RAINFALL WAS 117% OF NORMAL IN SEPTEMBER.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/media/pdf/i/e/A3-plots-precip-SON.pdf

On 21st September, they said “For UK-averaged rainfall the predicted probabilities favour below normal rainfall during October. For the period October-November-December as a whole the range of forecasts also favours lower than average rainfall”

RESULT – RAINFALL WAS 101% OF NORMAL IN OCTOBER.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/media/pdf/h/g/A3-plots-precip-OND.pdf

On 24th October, they forecast “Predictions for UK-mean precipitation for both November and the November-December-January period are similar to climatology

RESULT – RAINFALL WAS 111% OF NORMAL IN NOVEMBER.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/media/pdf/q/6/A3-plots-precip-NDJ.pdf

And on 20th November, “Predictions for UK-mean precipitation for December show a slight shift towards below-normal values – consistent with negative North Atlantic Oscillation conditions”

RESULT – RAINFALL WAS 150% OF NORMAL IN DECEMBER.

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/media/pdf/j/i/A3_plots-precip-DJF.pdf

So for the seven months between April and December, that forecasts are available for, the Met Office forecast drier than normal conditions in six, and normal in the seventh. They failed to get any month correct, and for the seven months in question, rainfall averaged 36% above normal levels, (which are based on 1981-2010.)

1981 - 2010 anomaly : 2012 average : Rainfall

http://www.metoffice.gov.uk/climate/uk/anomalygraphs/2012/2012_Rainfall_Anomaly_1981-2010.gif

It is very kind of Julia to tell us now that she knew all along it was likely to be wetter. It is just a pity, though, that she forgot to tell us at the time.

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