What's the weather where you are?

thorbiorn

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There was this on Sott: Drought in Norway causes over $133 million in crop losses - Lowest rainfall in 70 years on Sott.
Just South of Norway in Denmark, there is an expectation that this years harvest will be the lowest in 50 years and 35 % less than average over the preceding 10 years. The estimate is based on 69 % of the harvest being completed, and usually there is 0-5 % deviation from the estimate made on this basis. Sun and dry weather is still prevalent, although some parts received 35 mm at the end of July.
 

c.a.

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Temp's have dropped significantly (in the last 24 hrs), here in the valley. With cool fog and sound's of occasional distant thunder.
With it being in mid 90's (36*C) yesterday. And now 19*C and a very light drizzle.

We (me and the cat), may see a spectacular lighting show this evening.

Translated from French by Microsoft
#orages local Forts burst in #Pyrénées, seen here from the webcam #PicduMidi, while the valleys are still under the gray
 

Laura

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It's getting ready to storm here in SW France. We had a week of real summer and maybe, after a few days of storms and such, we might get another dose of warm weather.
 

Laura

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With the so-called "return to normal weather" here in SW France, after the storms two days ago (we only got moderate rain here though flooding North and SE of us), it is now 14 C/ 58 F this morning. It was 15 C/ 59 F yesterday morning. No, that is not normal. Yesterday's high was about 27 C/ 81 F, and it may go a bit higher today as it continues to warm up, but it's just not normal. Now, I'm not saying I don't like it somewhat because I'm not crazy about too much heat, but having a week long spell of decent heat just wasn't a "heat wave" to my way of thinking.
 

thorbiorn

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In Scandinavia, the unusual dry and warm weather in many areas that began in early May has come to an end. Rain has arrived, only Oslo (Norway) still has a warning about the risk of forest fires. Today max temperatures will range between 12 degrees in Tromsoe (Tromsø) in northern Norway and 19 degrees in Copenhagen (Denmark). Next week should see slightly higher temperatures in the south but colder in the north. Late summer, with tastes of autumn has arrived, and we appear to be back to what we are used to.
 
Yesterday, Sunday the 12th in Hermosillo,Sonora, a rain fell for 3 hours, refreshing the atmosphere a bit, but only a few hours.

Today 8 at night we are at 28°C, and forecast more rains, hopefully the forecast will be fulfilled.
 
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