As we enter the final few hours of March 2023, your Boggart Bloggers can announce that the winners of our coveted Scaremongering Bolocks of The Month award goes this month to BBC News. Not only did the BBC report in one of their regular climate catastrphe scare stories that river levels across the UK have been at record
lows and are likely to be “devastated”, as new data forecasts broadly
dry weather until at least May, the broadcast that news story on the same day as The London Weather Centre announced that March 2023 was set to be the wettest March since records began.
Truth (lack of it,) has never been an obstacle to the project fear antics of climate activists. Using a picture of one river's tidal estuary, taken at low tide, as evidence, campaigners have accused the government and water companies of not doing enough to conserve water supplies by building reservoirs and fixing leaks, as months of low rainfall could cause some areas to run out of water.
The monthly scare story from the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology warns that extended dry conditions are more likely than not and that rivers are already suffering.