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Record-breaking February weather is due to warming of the Arctic, says climate expert

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Record-breaking February weather is due to warming of the Arctic, says climate expert

Record-breaking February weather is due to warming of the Arctic, says climate expert

On Monday, several parts of the UK saw some of the warmest winter days with a temperature of 20.2 Celsius recorded in west London and 20.3 in west Wales.

Met Office meteorologists said Tuesday would also be unusually warm.

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