Friday, January 26, 2007

That was the winter, that was

Parts of the UK might be swathed in snow, but forecasters reckon we're
heading for the warmest ever January.

While temperatures fell to -4 in some places overnight, the Met Office said
average temperaturs would be back into double figures by next week.

Warmer westerly winds are set to push the cold air out and bring more wet
and windy weather.

Average temperaturs in England so far this month stands at 7.5C - double the
average for the last 30 years.