Colder UK winters to be the norm?
An intersting article on The Register here:
Sunspot decline could mean decades of cold UK winters ? The Register
I quite like the idea TBH, mild damp winters are too depressing for me, and I like that my kids can play in snow at home instead of having to find a mountain in Cumbria or East Lancashire to do it. I should also like to point out that the 'Thames freezing' bit that people like to roll out when talking about colder UK winters was due to the fact London had several large bridges from the middle ages until quite recently that so restricted the flow of water it made it easy for it to freeze. This, apparently is not possible now.
And I get to wear all of the warm clothing I brought for my winters in Bosnia and Germany again :)