Met Office in the Media: 01 October 2010

Many outlets have been reporting on the very wet and windy weather affecting the Ryder Cup, with Paul Kelso from the Daily Telegraph reports on how ‘the Met Office’s dire forecast for the opening day of the match was spot on’

David Rosser from the Western Mail reports on how ‘Firms must prepare for the real risks of climate change’ commenting on how the UK is fortunate enough to have a relatively strong understanding of what changes to the UK climate will mean over the next century, thanks to the work of the Met Office Hadley Centre and the UK Climate Impacts Programme.

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