22nd January - Today's News: Record Melt Season for Greenland in 2010

Last year saw a new melt record for Greenland ice sheet; 'exceptional' season stretched up to 50 days longer than average

In Scotland there are high hopes for 'magic' ice-breaker - though forecasts continue to suggest no significant cold or snowy weather on the horizon.

Roads flooded as bad weather hits North Island, NZ

Australian 'inland sea' threatens towns in Victoria

In the US, snow covers New England, bitter cold in Midwest

Stratospheric warmings: meteorologists identify cause of warm and cold periods during winter

And finally, it seems at last they've found where Scotland's longest river begins as source of River Tay 'pinpointed'. And it sounds like I've probably been there, when I climbed Ben Lui many years ago. And if anyone else finds it, then they're a fish supper reward because the team involved buried a time capsule contain some money - and all are welcome to seek it.


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