What happened to the drought??

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Re: What happened to the drought??

Postby Ian Pegler » Tue Aug 14, 2012 6:18 am

latest on this, from the BBC...

Ceredigion council flood costs 'problematic', says deputy leader

Ceredigion council is still counting the cost following major floods which hit the area this summer.


CLICK HERE for the report.

Also affected by the Ceredigion floods were Cambrian Printers who print Dowsing Today - but they still
managed to get the journal printed on schedule, so hats off to 'em. 8)

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UK experiences 'weirdest' weather

Postby simonwheeler » Fri Oct 19, 2012 5:39 am

The UK has experienced its "weirdest" weather on record in the past few months, scientists say.
The driest spring for over a century gave way to the wettest recorded April to June in a dramatic turnaround never documented before.
The scientists said there was no evidence that the weather changes were a result of Man-made climate change.


On the BBC website
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Who What Why: What is blood rain?

Postby simonwheeler » Tue Oct 23, 2012 10:56 am

Weird weather is predicted in the UK this week and could include "blood rain". What is it?

More alliterative stuff from the BBC website on the weather.
If current weather forecasts turn out to be right, the weather will be a very mixed bag in the UK this week.
Unseasonably warm temperatures reaching 20C (68F) are predicted, followed by rain and possibly snow - and all over the next few days.
There is also a possibility of something called "blood rain" in the South East, but what is it?
"Blood rain" a term used for rain carrying sand from deserts.
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