Extreme dry season in Europe (again)

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Extreme dry season in Europe (again)

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Didn't want to necrobump my previous topic, but this is getting even more worse.

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How are you hold up guys? Send some rain! (Not rain)storms! :facepalm: Many places flooded here.... but the places that need water are dry as stone.....
France is burning as we speak..... here in NL its quite the same.....

What is going on? I'm getting the feeling that like seasons are completely out balance -- "in terms of what a average winter/spring/summer/autumn" should be....







All cool I hope?
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Get used to it, it's the new normal and will only get worse year after year.
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OMG it's hot in the summer! I'm out of my mind, what a surprise, how could this happen to me!
We get it, it's hot, we just had a nice 40°c here and we broke the records we had set last years. Summer is hot, the sun is hot, things are getting hotter as climate changes. Deal with it guys, this is the world we chose.
I can't wait for this same topic next year and every years until our computers' plastic is melted.
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In my opinion I want it hot, our winter lasts toooooo damn long and gray, but with humidity it's starting to wear on me. Michigan. I just laid out in the sun and fried with no sunscreen as I always do. Then my sisters are like living in a polar ice cube, they go outside and complain LoLzz

We have a sprinkler ban right now. (our county)

And no we do not have air conditioning either, they should ban that crap. Stupid things running and all these people freaking out because they feel a little heat. I am one to think we as Humans should get hot and cold to stay healthy. Who wants a perfect 72 all year long, same exact sky, same exact everything,,,,forever...................
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As someone who has worked outside in south Texas all my life, yes, it is getting hotter. This summer has been brutal. Just be happy you all don't have hurricanes.
Here is what my yard looked like the morning after IKE 2008. Still recovering. 4 feet of water in house.
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Hellkeeper wrote: Sun Aug 16, 2020 10:54 pm OMG it's hot in the summer! I'm out of my mind, what a surprise, how could this happen to me!
We get it, it's hot, we just had a nice 40°c here and we broke the records we had set last years. Summer is hot, the sun is hot, things are getting hotter as climate changes. Deal with it guys, this is the world we chose.
I can't wait for this same topic next year and every years until our computers' plastic is melted.
Your name as HELLkeeper is fitting you quite well :loool: . I understand your points.
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To Texas, woaah that's no joke. Best of luck wished.... hope all is well now.
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All good. Just another day on the gulf coast.
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There was on the news couple of days ago the highest temparature ever, somewhere in the usa in the desert mesured 54.4 grades celsius.
And yes they mesured that of course like always in the shadow.

weather new in holland where i live between 28 and 30 degrees celsius. Later this week there is coming a colder front from the north mesured 20 to 23 grades celsius.

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Gee, I'm still waiting for that "extreme wet season" topic! I like saunas! And other wet things... uhh.... like coffee! I mean, coffee is wet, right?
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I was a real trendsetter and I want people to remember it. I was downplaying all that before it was cool.
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Well the temparature drops in holland.And it starts to rain now over the whole country.Some clouds and depresion is coming from the west.
Later this week 13 or 14 grades the celsius.The Summer is over winter is coming. :facepalm: make place for the autumn.
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OH MY GOD NOW IT'S AUTUMN AND THERE IS WIND, RAIN AND COLD :omfg: :omfg: :omfg: :omfg: :omfg: :omfg: :omfg: :omfg: :omfg: :omfg:
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THIS IS THE END OF THE WORLD AS WE KNOW IT! AND ALL BECAUSE OF KAAL AND ZHAAR AND......
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Sheesh ... could you all just die like civilised gentlemen? All this shouting and running like headless chickens... Yes, we got baked before and now we get soaked. In the next years we will burn and drown. We could have done something against it ... but we couldn't be bothered.

That's the world we decided to leave to our children because we wanted it convenient and comfy AF... regardless if some others suffer from it.

So, suck it up, take a cup of tea (or coffee) and wait for the big wave.