Flashback 1941: War Caused Weather Extremes And Global Weirding! ‘The ancient belief that years of war tend to bring abnormal vagaries In the weather’
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1941: 'There have been remarkable extremes ot weather since the war began, and these have continued all through the year. The spring was one of the bleakest on record, and summer began in the same way. The first 10 days of June yielded 131 hours of sunshine, which is the ordinary 'allowance' for January. Then a drought and heat of an unusual character occurred suddenly, with temps up to 94 degrees in London'
19 Aug 1941 – WAR BLAMED FOR WEATHER EXTREMES