Hanging out with Ben Domenechs’ trans teen daughters?
Lorenzo, you lost?
I’m so happy that it’s missing the Azores. All I can think of is what would all the cows do?
Herds of cows in the middle of the Atlantic, funny no?
Must be the brown acid.
The milk/cream from the Azores’ cows makes the BEST ice cream, so I for one am glad they’re all safe.
and another “never-before-seen-event”; hurricane lorenzo is
the largest recorded storm to have made it so far east in the north Atlantic
and will hit Ireland (likely still as “hurricane” and not “storm” at that time) and the UK on thursday to friday
Hurricane Lorenzo broke records over the weekend after being elevated to a category 5 storm, which the National Hurricane Center in the US said was the strongest for that far north and east in the Atlantic
thats…really something. jezuz.
Wow. Looks like they’re gettin a scouring.
(Are expected to get.)
Lorenzo has the whole north Atlantic to choose from but no.
(Is it too late to rename this as Hurricane Boris?)
Oxford looks to be right in the middle of Lorenzo’s path. The council have been around clearing the drains because we have already had a flood earlier this week.
Insane! 4 Ft of snow on one side and 98 degrees on the other.
“Feels” like 100 forecast for DC metro today.
96 in the ATL… not sure about the heat index…
I need some fall now, please.
Please, take some of ours. It was 27º this morning in Spokane.
I’ll give you about a good 20 or so degrees, if that will help!
I honestly wish I could…
Heat is warping train tracks here:
Good news all over…
The bears’ main food source, salmon, is at an all time low in the area… Commercial fishermen in British Columbia are calling this the worst salmon season in nearly 50 years…In August, a report released by the Fisheries and Oceans Canada noted that Canada’s climate is warming twice as fast as the global average, drastically impacting the salmon’s ecosystems. The report also cited marine heatwaves, increased floods and droughts as causing greater stress on the fish.
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