Met Office Deny Scaife’s Claim To Have Briefed Govt About Beast From The East

NOT A LOT OF PEOPLE KNOW THAT

By Paul Homewood

Readers will recall the claim in The Times in March that the Met Office’s Adam Scaife had alerted ministers about the “Beast from the East” nearly a month before it happened:

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Britain’s freezing “Beast from the East” exploded into life thousands of miles away, in the tropical waters of the western Pacific — and ministers were warned that it was coming a month ago.

Adam Scaife, head of long-range forecasting at the Met Office, briefed the Cabinet Office four weeks ago, warning of a freeze. He was confident enough to stock up his home with extra supplies.

“I got extra oil, food and logs in, knowing this was coming,” he said last week.

His warning came after his team spotted a massive storm system moving east from the Indian to the Pacific oceans. Its effects rippled out, generating weather systems from the Pacific to the Arctic, warming…

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2 thoughts on “Met Office Deny Scaife’s Claim To Have Briefed Govt About Beast From The East

    • Paul Homewood is already getting answers but he is more tenacious than most. The question seems to be more whether any action will be taken – which is much more questionable. You can be certain that were it a climate sceptic being found out then action would be swift.

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