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Those Daily Express heat-wave warnings

by | 5th, May 2012

THE Daily Express loves weather. Often, it’s front-page new. The latest weather report is that “Winter to last until June”:

“Icy winds will send temperatures plunging today before torrential rain returns next week.”

Previously the paper much of the facts supplied by human scarecrow Nathan Rao have been variable:

“81F – Glorious Spring On Way” – February 25

…there is little chance of any sustained rain – spelling misery for farmers and water firms longing for heavy downpours.

So. Loadsa sunshine and no rain. Which was soon followed by:

“Easter Arctic freeze on way” – March 31

Before that Jo Willey, the paper’s Health Correspondent, told us:

“Worst year for hayfever misery” – April 7

Why? Well:

THIS year’s hayfever season is set to be the worst ever as a perfect storm of weather conditions brings misery to millions. The drought, which has led to hosepipe bans in many areas, has sparked a ­dramatic rise in the pollen count.

Hot weather and no rain will make nose run all summer long? Only, a headline soon arrived to give hope

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