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Met Office Play Down Arctic Winter Claims

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Britain�s most senior weather expert has played down newspaper reports that the UK is in for an Arctic winter � with temperatures even lower than last year�s big freeze.

The Daily Mail claimed Britain would experience -20C (-4F) within weeks, while the Daily Express warned of a �mini ice age that could last for decades�.

Chief executive of the Met Office, John Hirst, said the headlines bore �no relation to the kind of weather that Met Office forecasters are currently experiencing� and added: �There is no need for alarm.� John said: �These stories reflect our national obsession with the weather but they can confuse and even scare vulnerable people. �The Met Office�s job is to provide accurate information and at this stage we see no scientific evidence to support these premature predictions. �In fact, the scientific capability does not exist to allow such extremes to be identified on a long-range timescale.� John summed up: �No forecaster can say whether we�ll see a week of -20C temperatures in Newcastle, Sunderland, Durham, Leeds or Manchester in the second week of December. �This does not mean that harsh winter conditions are not possible, just that they can�t be identified now.�

The Sunday Times had claimed that La Nina, a weather phenomenon characterised by cold ocean temperatures in the equatorial Pacific, could lead to a prolonged big freeze in the UK.

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