December 6th, 2012

Cold? You Were Warned…

Say what you like about the Express, they’re great at predicting the weather.

This cold streak should not have come as a surprise, the Express told you that it was coming all the way back in September.

Brrrr.


73 Comments

  1. 1
    If you want to know the weather, ask a Jooboy says:

    FFS

    • 18
      somebody says:

      Later today it is predicted to go dark. You have been warned.

      • 28
        Who earns £630,000 at the Royal Opera House? says:

        http://www.theartsdesk.com/buzz/who-earns-£630000-royal-opera-house

        As arts cuts announced today start to bite, few people are aware that the Royal Opera House pays its two top people more than £630,000 and nearly £400,000 each. Although Covent Garden is refusing to identify them, it is likely that they are chief executive Lord Hall and music director Antonio Pappano. But they are not likely to have to sacrifice their earnings even while smaller arts organisations fold.

        • 48
          Bill says:

          thats the problem with many of these arts organisations, bleating about the evil tories but then paying admin managers shedloads of money.

          thats why i get fed up when some luvvie says we should save this, but expect others to pay rather than spend thier own money

          • Quiet Bat Person says:

            So are more than 23,000 going to die in the UK from cold and cold-related illness this year?

            Gotta cut the benefits for the poor to keep the bankers comfy. Nice one, Gideon.

        • 59
          A Beancounter says:

          Please desist from confusing ‘earns’ with ‘gets paid’. That is all. You may go.

  2. 2
    Parky says:

    It’s almost winter! It’s usually cold? WTF!

  3. 3
    Anonymous says:

    Typical commie sucking lefties.

  4. 4
    Greenpiss says:

    We only confuse weather with climate when it suits us

  5. 5
    Raving Loon says:

    Shock heading: Weather cold in December.

  6. 6
    Head Auditor says:

    Safer than talking about the economy .

  7. 6
    Sandra in Accounts says:

    Great paper.

    • 10
      Loopy Lou says:

      I want to know what the whether will be like tomorrow .

      I must remember to buy a copy of the Daily Express .

  8. 8
    Frozen stiff says:

    So much for global fucking warming Brrrrrrrrrrrrrrr.

    • 20
      The Union of Polish Plumbers says:

      Ironically, climate change for Western Europe brings colder winters but scorching summers – as like Canada on the same latitude. No bullshit, I read it somewhere.

      • 26
        Relatively Warmer In UK says:

        It’s due to the Jetstream, or lack thereof in Canada and Europe.

        • 50
          The Union of Polish Plumbers says:

          Atlantic Gulf Stream, acshually. Move cold fresh water released from Artic/Greenland glaciers slows that down, and it’s knock-on effect is the jet stream, due to sea evaporation or something. Told you, I have read it somewhere, nowhere near Norwich Uni mind, or whatever that establishment is.

  9. 9
    Just knit yourself a hat and jumper says:

    What’s blue and fucks old people?

    hypothermia

  10. 11
    Princess Di From Beyond The Grave says:

    I told them this would happen.

  11. 12
    Dead as the dodi says:

    So they’ve stopped doing Diana conspiracy stories?

  12. 13
    Over to Pesto says:

    What’s the point of this story you fat twat?

    A stopped clock is right twice a day.

    Bellend.

  13. 14
    tube_thumper says:

    more dross. im off for a another few months. the star is better than this blog except that twat that writes for it

  14. 15
    regblank says:

    Scorchio!

    RECORDed TEMPERATURE LEVELS TO INCREASE BY 20 DEGREES OR MORE
    relative to this week, over next ten months.

  15. 16
    Brent Fraser says:

    I look forward to the ‘Scorching Summer On Its Way’ headline around March/April time every year. One of these years they might be right.

    • 62
      Opt E. Misty says:

      .. and when it does it will start the globule warming nonsense all over again. Comes round as regular as January.

  16. 17
    somebody says:

    Man in his 60s from Surrey has been arrested on suspicion of sexual offences as part of Operation Yewtree

  17. 19
    The Union of Polish Plumbers says:

    I’ve been feeling it in my waater and me bones for weeks lad – mid Dec to early Feb is going to be Siberian, I’ll tell ya tha’ for nathing. Get some snow tyres for your chariots before the rush. AND CHECK THE ANTIFREEZE! and make sure your washers have 50% washer liquid in it with it’s waater.

  18. 21
    A Mayan says:

    No need to worry soon.

  19. 22
    Ruffbadger says:

    Nessun dorma! Nessun dorma!
    Tu pure, o, Principessa,
    nella tua fredda stanza,
    guardi le stelle
    che tremano d’amore
    e di speranza.
    Ma il mio mistero è chiuso in me,
    il nome mio nessun saprà!
    No, no, sulla tua bocca lo dirò
    quando la luce splenderà!
    Ed il mio bacio scioglierà il silenzio
    che ti fa mia!
    (Il nome suo nessun saprà!…
    e noi dovrem, ahime, morir!)
    Dilegua, o notte!
    Tramontate, stelle!
    Tramontate, stelle!
    All’alba vincerò!
    vincerò, vincerò!

    • 38
      Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

      Reminds of my late mother. Whenever the Walls Ice-cream advert came on she used to yell from the kitchen “Is that Pavarotti?”.

    • 67
      When you and I were young, Maggie says:

      That was Neddy’s song too. Remember?

  20. 23
    Ed Balls (Weather Man) says:

    As temperatures are going up, err, u.u.u., down, ….

  21. 24
    Ed Millionaireband says:

    I’m freezing my Ed Balls off here. Put another pleb on the fire.

  22. 27
    Gordon McProzac says:

    Another two tits that Desmond controls

  23. 29
    Al Sleet, Your Hippy Dippy Weatherman, says:

    “Tonight, it will be mostly dark, but sunshine will be breaking through in the early morning hours…”

    • 32
      The Union of Polish Plumbers says:

      “There will be fifteen hours of darkness, but quickly followed by nine hours of daylight, with a bit of inbetween overlap”

    • 63
      Alphaboobs says:

      Anyone else remember that famous night on the Beeb when the bloke doing the weather turned round and looked at his map, whereupon he noticed that the ‘F” on ‘fog’ had fallen off. Without hesitation he was heard to mutter “Where’s the F in fog gone?”

  24. 31
    Jungle Drums says:

    I think the government needs to look at the privately owned private sector for economic guidiance rather than the corporate PLC publicly owned private sector.

  25. 33
    Gordon Brown says:

    It started in the big bang

  26. 34
    Living in 99% white North Wales looking over to Merseyside who only manage 98% says:

    At 6° it’s hardly cold, is it?

  27. 35
    Living in 99% white North Wales looking over to Merseyside who only manage 98% says:

    Is Stuart Hall trending today? Whatever that means?

  28. 37
    Living in 98 percent white Merseyside says:

    Up to a few years ago I had read the Express all my adult life. I stopped when I got fed up with the headlines which were either about Diana, Madeleine or the f**king weather!

    • 40
      Internet Times says:

      No point wasting money on rags these days anyway when you can get it all on the internet on your pc or phone these days.

      • 44
        The Union of Polish Plumbers says:

        Get most of my reliable news over the garden fence in me back garden. And no, that is not an euphamism – behave!

    • 47
      Living in 99% white North Wales looking over to Merseyside who only manage 98% says:

      I read the Times for over 20 years until it went tabloid. Now it’s just a parody of itself. Have never in my life bought the Express, Sun, Mirror or Mail.

  29. 39
    Chris says:

    I missed that headline, I must have had the page the other way round when I wiped.

  30. 53
    Colin says:

    Bigging up the Daily Express ….. with a non-story? Is this payback for Dirty Des because he lets you write in the Daily Star? I thought you were above all that.

  31. 54
    horace bachelor says:

    and I predict all the winners

    easy innit?

    • 66
      When you and I were young, Maggie says:

      Are you still on Radio Luxembourg and living in
      Keynsham – that’s Keynsham: K E Y N S H A M, Bristol?

      Time for my Horlicks (or I’ll suffer with ‘night starvation’ and Dan Dare will be furious!).

  32. 56
    Broadsword calling Danny Boy says:

    Other shocks today:

    Bears shit in woods.

    Politicians renege on promises.

    The sun rose.

  33. 58
    Inspector Blakey (bus inspector) says:

    Apparently someone from The Met tipped them off about it. Those scummy polis are still taking bungs.

  34. 69
    Anonymous says:

    How will this affect house prices?

  35. 70
    BE says:

    BRITAIN will be battered by an Arctic blast from Iceland next week – bringing snow, ice, flooding and bitter gales.

    This is a (wrong) predictionof October’s weather, not December’s.


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