Extreme dry season in Europe

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Re: Extreme dry season in Europe

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Monday and tuesday also around 40c here, because I leave eastern of the country.

Pray for rain people. Our local farmers are runnning out of options here.
We may not water nature (government / area rules ), but also there is nothing to to water because ALL SMALL RIVERS and BEAKS AND DISHWATERS are DRIED UP....and all kinds of water supplements
that kind are either empty or nearly.

of It's going to be 2 though days.
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MAYBE... MAYBE wednesday rain and a temperature drop???

What are the latest updates out there in the rest of Europe folks?
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Terraniux wrote:What are the latest updates out there in the rest of Europe folks?
Daily rains here are already damaging people's crops around - not all vegetables do need so much water. I did not see a single day without an easy or heavy rain here.
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I really think you're missing the obvious guys. There are huge gaps that can't be accounted for.

So it might be either long-term planned weather terrorism (no they can't control the weather really, but they can "nudge" it here and there)..

Or it's the end of times...

It was predicted that with the coming of antichrist there would be a drought being striken...and this is not just christianity.

The antichrist is said to then invite people to him because there's "plenty food and water" at his "house".

Perhaps it has more importance to you however as I might not even be from this world myself, having remembered standing on a red "field" as a memory before I was either born or placed here on Earth...

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Leo(T.C.K.) wrote:Or it's the end of times...
We're already past this point, the end of times was a few years ago. Now the Earth is becoming Hell itself. :satan:
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When was the end of times then? 2013-2014?

I always get the feeling like I exited from universe that stopped existing...
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Leo(T.C.K.) wrote:When was the end of times then? 2013-2014?
Can't pinpoint it for sure. Probably 2014, when UT2004 turned 10 and I started feeling old. Everything since then has felt fake.
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i agree fully on this topic i,m living in holland in the south in limbourg and it is also very hot in here more then a month no rain did fall so far.They say on the television that the rain will come in the first half on august till so far no rain is falling and evrything is drying out, water not at normal depth and the grass is brown.This weather will be normal in spain during hollyday season.They did say that on upcoming wednesday the rain will fall for the first in 6 weeks.
I will hope that the rain will hold on for a week or otherwise it most rain very hard for a long period of time.ppff its also not windy here.Tomorow 36 grades Celsius.

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How are you holding up guys, how is the southern countries doing?

Please say you are cool. :mrgreen: :thuup: it is legit now :tongue:
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Nope, still as warm as a fresh baked bread.
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From 44ºC, to now an average of 25ºC tops throughout the entire week during the day. Loving it. :mrgreen:
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Brazil's relatively fine. Not a hot day, although slightly warmer it was today, compared to what winter should be in the south, where I am.

There are the pros and the cons of living in the Southern hemisphere; I'd say this is one of the pros.
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Lithuania was also dried up and over 30°C the past weeks. Got cooler to 20°C on the weekend but now back to regular scheduled programming: dry and hot all day everyday :omfg:
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Feralidragon wrote:From 44ºC, to now an average of 25ºC tops throughout the entire week during the day. Loving it. :mrgreen:
Yep, just lost 10°C overnight, life feels good again and the world as gone from hellish to beautiful and inspiring. :P
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Temperature is down to 25-30C here as well, still pretty damn humid in this area of Busan. Especially living in a valley with Mountains pretty much blocking cool winds. We have barely had any rain, altho no major wildfires that I know of.
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Wooooohoooooo! We had finally a day of rain now. Some good rain. If this keeps up, I am getting optimistic again! Temperature around the 24.
The farmers are literally crying of happiness now. They had to take desperate measures.

But it could be me, I have this underbelly feeling we will be facing more of this weird yet extreme weather patterns. :nonono: :what:
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