So William Hill is giving odds
of just 10/1 against snow falling in London, 9/1 in Cardiff and only 7/1 in Glasgow - the worst prices for gambling fans in almost 20 years.
Ladbrokes is giving odds
of 3-1 for the Beatles drummer to be dubbed in the next batch of honours in the New Year list.
They are taking so little money on a Tory success at the polls they are already giving odds
on who will be the next Tory leader.
The party's economics spokesman, Mr Malcolm Bruce, and social security spokesman Mr David Rendel are regarded as being in a battle to avoid last place, with Hill giving odds
of 12/1 on Mr Bruce to win and 20/1 on Mr Rendel.
And the bookies are giving odds
of 250/1 for the Spire on O'Connell Street to be knocked down and replaced by a statue of the champ.
Bookies Paddy Power are giving odds
of 14-1 that he will join Celtic, with Paris favourite at 11-8.
The bookies are even giving odds
of 4-1 that Wagner makes the final.
Jack Brown is giving odds
of six to one on him starring as sleuth detective Colombo, and eight to one on him teaming up in Miami Vice.
The bookie is giving odds
of 6-1 that the couple will tie the knot in 2002.
The double is sure to prove popular and, if that type of bet appeals, then Coral is the place to visit-the Barking firm offering 1-2 about each of the pair, giving odds
of 5-4 the double.
But sadly Irish bookies are not so confident with Boylesports giving odds
of 16-1 of the hottest June on record here.
But William Hill are giving odds
of 9/2 on Matt, behind favourite Kara.
Ladbrokes are also confident Team GB willl win more medals in London than the 47 they scooped in Beijing - giving odds
of just 4-7 on the feat.
They said Shayne was now favourite to be Christmas number one, with Coral giving odds
of 1-8 for the 21-year-old to take the charts by storm with his debut single, released on Wednesday.
Rivals Coral are giving odds
of 6-5 for snow on the big day - the shortest price since 1981.