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Funny story: Weather woman caught up in racism storm

Weather woman caught up in racism storm

BBC weather favourite Carol Kirkwood has been slammed by the National Assembly Against Racism this week for flagrantly referring to clouds as 'white', 'black', and perhaps worst of all, 'low level black'. NAAR representative Mohammed Azam said he...
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Funny story: BBC to adopt the Vague Temperature Scale on weather reports

BBC to adopt the Vague Temperature Scale on weather reports

After complaints that the BBC's latest attempts to get across how cold it is are worse than useless, the BBC have turned to professor Cryan Box for permission to use his vague temperature scale. In the past, the BBC told people what the temperatur...
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Funny story: Big freeze warms up!

Big freeze warms up!

A sudden overnight attack by the "Big Freeze" has caused chaos all over Europe and the UK. Skidding vehicles, traffic jams, rail delays, snowmen and buckets and buckets of snow greeted Brits and Europeans attempting to get to work or bringing the kid...
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Funny story: Met office backs down- Snow melted

Met office backs down- Snow melted

The Met office today reversed their earlier statement regarding the massive amounts of snow forecast for the UK stating today. "Its just a light dusting" The statement angered thousands of pensioners across the UK who were preparing to freeze to deat...
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Funny story: BBC And Met Office Sued As Local Man Freezes Wossnames Off

BBC And Met Office Sued As Local Man Freezes Wossnames Off

A local man is threatening to sue the Meteorological Office and the BBC over the accuracy of their weather forecasts. His action follows the heavy snowfalls that hit much of the country this weekend. Mr Benjamin Disraeli, 48, of Alamein Terrace...
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Funny story: National Weather Service Issues Idiot Warning for Most of U.S.

National Weather Service Issues Idiot Warning for Most of U.S.

Tracking temperatures well into the 90's across the United States, with some regions topping 100 degrees Fahrenheit, the National Weather Service has decided to escalate their normal advisory up to an "Idiot Warning" for the next two days. Advis...
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Funny story: NOAA whistleblower exposes global axis tilt

NOAA whistleblower exposes global axis tilt

(Seattle) A former employee of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced today that the reason Seattle's weather is getting hotter and wetter is due to an increase in the tilt of the Earth's axis. "This is not just limit...
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Funny story: BBC Weather Forecasters' Stressful Life

BBC Weather Forecasters' Stressful Life

Spare a thought for the weather men and women on the BBC - we expect so much from them, they are losing sleep... and worse. Ever since Michael Fish assured the nation there was no hurricane on the way just hours before 1988's "storm of the century...
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Funny story: Wednesday's Severe Weather Alert Retracted - Stiff Breeze Unlikely After All

Wednesday's Severe Weather Alert Retracted - Stiff Breeze Unlikely After All

After issuing a severe weather alert earlier today, advising the public to beware of stiff breezes on Wednesday, the Met Office has issued a retraction and an unconditional apology, as they admitted they got it all wrong. The error was discovered...
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Funny story: Britain Must Prepare For 'Hottest Heatwave In Centuries' Say Experts

Britain Must Prepare For 'Hottest Heatwave In Centuries' Say Experts

As the twilight looms in the month of May, UK Met Office experts have warned of an impending heatwave, the likes of which have never been seen since last time. Weatherwatch spokesperson, Jenny Pendlebreast, explained that researchers have studied...
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Funny story: Houses of Parliament Weather Forecast for 2011

Houses of Parliament Weather Forecast for 2011

May The coalition will remain windy with occasional clouds - with slight chance to none of agreeable conditions. Low Lying members will remain througout the year. June There will be a slight chance of opposition elements starting to appear in response to the turbulent verbal conditions, interspersed with mock-sunshine periods from the coalition government. July Storms over expenses...
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Funny story: Met Office Predicts Sizzling Barbecue Weekend - Get The Brollies Ready!

Met Office Predicts Sizzling Barbecue Weekend - Get The Brollies Ready!

Weather boffins are today warning shivering Britons to get ready for a wet and cold weekend. They say today (Wednesday) is likely to be the hottest day of the year so far and while Thursday and Friday are likely to get cooler, the weekend could be...
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Funny story: Waterford Falls Off The Map - Crap Journalism Horror

Waterford Falls Off The Map - Crap Journalism Horror

Four years after a Waterford man successfully campaigned to get his home town included on a TV station's weather map, it has disappeared again and a news organisation has failed to find out why. Cian Foley was annoyed that TV3 weather bulletin map...
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Funny story: Punxsutawney Phil Spotted Working At Pennsylvania Wal-Mart

Punxsutawney Phil Spotted Working At Pennsylvania Wal-Mart

Punxsutawney, PA - In a sign of the times, Punxsutawny Phil has been laid off due to budget cuts, and will miss this year's Groundhog Day festivities for the first time in over 40 years. Last month, in an attempt to reduce the city's budget defici...
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Funny story: Don't like the weather forecast? Wait an hour...

Don't like the weather forecast? Wait an hour...

The weather in Britain is the hardest weather in the world to predict. It requires three supercomputers working round the clock, a network of satellites looking at the entire world, a dedicated meteorological team of scientists, a wealth of experienc...
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Funny story: Met Office to be given Windows

Met Office to be given Windows

In a surprise move, the Meteorological Office in the UK, or Met Office, as it is called (not a Met Officer who is a police person working in London), is to have holes knocked through the walls and the bricks are to be replaced by glass. This new i...
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Banks will close even earlier on Shortest Day

Banks already close too early for most people's convenience. They will close at 11 am, on the shortest day, this year 'because we can 'says Exec.
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