Monday, July 23, 2007





Southeast Europe Sizzles, North Hit by Storms, Tornado

Temperatures across central and southwest Europe threatened to top 42 degrees Celsius (107 Fahrenheit) on Saturday in a heat wave that has killed nine people in Romania and caused havoc from Hungary to Greece.

While the region sizzled, parts of northern Europe shivered in unseasonably fresh weather and flash flooding forced Britain to call out its Royal Air Force to rescue hundreds of people stranded in central England.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

While here in the N.E. U.S. we've had one of the most pleasant, temperate summers in a LONG time. I was expecting a couple of months of high 80's to 90's like last year but so far it's been almost uniformly pleasant. (Yesterday was even a bit chilly.)

Climate change or no, weather is weather is weather....

--WMB as Anon

mr. i said...

Weather Report:

There will be a fine, dystopian rise in temperatures in Belgrade and Serbia today to Ballardian levels...