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Atmospheres, Investigating the Weather from Aristotle to Ozone at the Museum of History of Science displays the history of weather recording.
Studies to assess whether extreme events can be attributed to climate change are published, with contributions from weatherathome data.
The meeting in Oxford discussed the power of computers to help understand our future climate, and included weatherathome.
Results form the BBC climate change experiment suggest that global warming of 3 degrees Celsius by 2050 is as equally likely as a rise of 1.4 degrees.