Hot enough to burn. …
Boy has this been a warm spell so far. My flat is a on a southern face so mid day it heats up terribly. And stays hot all night.
23:00 would be a dry, bright spell. An anticyclone would bring high pressure to a lot of western Europe. But 24:00 OTOH would be a cold overcast with ridges or troughs of unsettled pressure systems. The overall pressure for Britain would be about 1016 millibars.
Something like this:
It should be windy.
Instead we have had record high temperatures for the month.
I expect there should be a major earthquake considering the air disaster in Mangalore. Was that Bangalore?
No sign of a major quake. Saturday was the change of spell. There is usually a major quake at handover. Something is obviously brooding.
We don't get unusual weather without a subterranean convergence. Not even a mag 6 to show for it all yet.
I think it will come when the weather breaks.
Icelandic scientists observed signs on Sunday indicating that the 40-day volcanic eruption from under the Eyjafjallajokull glacier may have come to an end.
Elsewhere floods have brought devastation. Even regions suffering drough have been hit by them:
Well, I suppose everybody hurts.
We have just got to get on with it.