Climate Change causing UK plants to bloom month early

Tue, Sep 6, 2022

Climate Change Gardening

A leading scientist at Cambridge University has warned if global temperatures continue to rise at their current rate, spring could eventually start in February in the UK.

Climate change causing UK plants to bloom month early, ‘alarming’ study shows | ITV News

January 2022 has already been recorded as the sunniest January on record in England with an average 80.7 hours of sunshine in January, putting it at the top of a series that dates back to 1919.

Third sunniest January on record starts the year for the UK | Official blog of the Met Office news team

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