Not just here, where we're looking forward to 10°C on New Year's Eve to complete a streak of 21 days above normal temperatures,, but also Northern Europe:
Britons getting ready to ring in 2012 can expect highs of up to 15°C after a year of unusually mild weather.
Forecasters said the past 12 months have been the second warmest for the UK after 2006, in which the average temperature reached
9.73°C. The average for 2011 was just a shade lower at
It comes after the warmest April and spring on record, the second warmest autumn and the warmest October day.
The U.K. also had its warmest temperature in five years on June 27th, when Gravesend, Kent, hit
33.1°C. Pretty soon Britons will need air conditioners.
But there's no anthropogenic climate change happening. None at all.