So which is it? Will England get dryer or wetter? They haven't a clue and reckon they can forecast climate for the next century. Tossers.
"The report, by the Organisation for Economic Co-Operation and Development, already classifies a swathe of the South East of the country in the same bracket as the Sahara.
This is because of the availability of water per head of the population. This drought-prone area is expected to expand significantly because there is expected to be less summer rainfall as a result of global warming and because the population of London and the South East is expected to grow."
"The Met Office added that four of the top five wettest years had occurred since 2000.
Top five wettest years in the UK
1. 2000 - 1,337.3mm
2. 2012 - 1,330.7mm
3. 1954 - 1,309.1 mm
4. 2008 - 1,295.0mm
5. 2002 - 1,283.7mm
(Source: Met Office)