Get The Snow Ploughs Out, Maybe

15/09/15 -- It's only September, but the media just LOVE a good weather story don't they? Especially when things are a bit quiet.

MrsN#3 excitedly pointed out "Britain braced for long, snowy winter as strongest El Nino since 1950 expected" to me on the Daily Bellylaugh website today.

Then halfway down the report it says that winters in Europe can often be "much colder and drier" than normal. Snow is moisture isn't it, so "drier" equals less snow surely?

The Met Office meanwhile are telling us that 2015 and 2016 will go down in history as the hottest ever (see badly worded story here). Which immediately makes you think "make your bloody minds up" doesn't it, although the latter story does bring with it the caveat of essentially "everywhere else except where you live" in the case of those of us here in dear old Blighty.

So there we have it. Almost.

But finally, just a thought: Now that Jeremy Corbyn has been elected as leader of the Labour Party, and appointed Tom Watson as his deputy, does that mean that the opposition is run by Tom & Jerry?