OK. Fine! …
It's been raining. I hope that means things have improved for all the countries threatened byfloods over the last few weeks. Here is a place that is paying the bill:
Originally posted by BBC:
Hundreds of Guatemalans have been forced to flee their homes, amid an eruption by one of the country's most active volcanoes.
Pacaya began spewing lava, rocks and debris on Thursday, leaving one person dead and three children missing.
At least 1,600 people have fled the eruption, some 30km (19 miles) south of the capital city.
The volcano covered parts of Guatemala City in ash, forcing the closure of the country's main international airport.
I have to admit the MetO is forecasting improvements in the next few days.
Does that mean tropical storms? The spell started with a large quake. And that was the wend of large quakes from the last spell.
Of course adding in the tumult of all the small quakes that occur at a volcanic eruption just means the problem has gone elsewhere.
Greenland has a Low over it. I think that's a first in a long while. It's just a flaccid Low at the moment but it is early days yet: