Travel insurance: 2007 to be hottest year ever

Thursday, 04 January 2007

Brits may no longer need to go abroad when in want of a sunny break as a new report says that 2007 will be the warmest year ever seen.

The Met Office and the University of East Anglia have found that 2007 will probably beat the current world record holder for warmest year which is 1988.

World temperature for 2007 is expected to be half a degree higher than the average temperature since 1961.

Katie Hopkins, from the Met Office, said: "This new information represents another warning that climate change is happening around the world."

So remember to pack your sun cream and a mini-fan as well as your cheap travel insurance if going on holiday this year.

You'll need cheap travel insurance whatever activities you do on holiday especially if you indulge in some extreme sports.

Solar effects plus the El Nino weather system and concentrations of greenhouse gases are all taken into account when forecasting the global surface temperature for the coming year.

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