50 tons of mud from heavy rain in England
Floods come after heat waves
A week-long, consumptive drought in Great Britain has just come to an abrupt end: massive waters are now flooding the country. Meteorologists have warned of lightning strikes, flash floods and flash floods.
The heat has suddenly stopped and now it is raining.
Roads turn into rivers, country lanes into mudslides. Floods, lightning strikes, power cuts – the British are facing these threats now.
That too after a few weeks the temperature rises. Within two days, the temperature dropped by 10 degrees and today was a good 20 degrees. The heat has suddenly stopped and now it is raining.
Garbage cover against heavy rain
Workers had to remove 50 tonnes of soil and potatoes from a country road last night “Daily Mail” reported. Due to the debris, the road remains closed today.
But the storm was not confined to the countryside. In the north, entire cities are submerged. The report said junctions in Devon and Cornwall were inundated with massive amounts of water. Londoners hid under rubbish bins to avoid flash floods.
People should keep an emergency bag ready
People prepare for the worst: According to the recommendations of the authorities, people should keep an emergency bag ready with their most important belongings. Meteorologists are warning of dangerous flash flooding – and it could cause massive damage. They form when large amounts of water fall on dry land. It does not absorb all the moisture.
Despite continued rains, experts are warning that a drought is still far off. It said the country needed weeks of rain to replenish supplies. After all, last-minute urgency. With eight consecutive days of 30 degree Celsius plus, the temperature reached 40.3 degrees last month. (hey)
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