Piers Corbyn of WeatherAction - world leaders in long range forecasting - gives some free advice in this the most important General Election for a generation.
"With a close election the weather for campaigning and on the day itself will be very important; and our 'spot-on' forecast that Easter Bank Holiday Monday would be wetter and windier than the Met Office expected from a few days ahead has increased interest in our forecasts for April and May - via http://www.weatheraction.com/member.asp
"Most of April will be showery and cool rather than warm but there will be one week of excellent campaigning weather in most parts. The first few days of May will be hit by deluges of rain hail and thunder in many parts with dramatic extreme events world-wide* around 2nd and 3rd May and then the weather will suddenly improve for election day itself.
"I will give free details of the best and worst parts of April and the final week of campaigning in May to any politician who supports evidence-based science and policy and therefore opposes the failed hypothesis of man-made climate change and the dangerous and very costly policies that follow. The rest will have to pay on our website just like the public are forced to pay taxes for the MetOffice's efforts"
WeatherAction.com are making public many of their extreme weather events long range forecasts for now to 3rd May "to trip up the Global Warmers before their next trick".