Met Office warns of climate impact
The UK set four high temperature records last year as climate change continued to have an clear impact on the country's weather, according to the Met Office.Its sixth State of the UK Climate report outlines how an all-time record of 38.7° C was set last July, along with a winter high of 21.2°C in February, and temperatures of 18.7°C and 13.9°C in December
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