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Weather gone wild!0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:40 pm

If you’re wondering why people are being rescued in the picture to my right, it is because the United Kingdom has had a big June. It’s been the wettest June in fifty years! The United Kingdom recorded about 145.3mm of rain this June – in England, 142.6mm, Wales, 205.0mm, Scotland, 129.4mm and Northern Ireland, 169.2mm. New figures are compared with the 1979-2000 rainfall average, which was 72.6mm.

If it’s been so wet in the UK, you’re probably wondering why the photo on the left says “Pool Closed”. Well, the United States has weather issues as well! Some places in the United States are reaching triple-digit temperatures! Hot temperatures can cause power outages and lots of storms, but if you own a public pool, you seem to make a lot of money. There are more than 1 million homes and business out of power, with many of them not expected to be reconnected for days. In Ohio, there are 300,000 costumers are without power.

Many places, such as Kansas City, Mo., reached 99 but due to the humidity, it felt much higher – around 103. The National Weather Service has issued excessive heat warnings for Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Missouri. The heat will only increase over much of the East over the next couple days. So watch out America! Have a happy holiday week! Stay safe.

Here are a couple of tips to beat the heat and stay safe.

  • Stay out of the heat for an excessive amount of time.
  • Carry a bottle of water.
  • Make sure you have an air conditioned place to stay incase you feel too hot.

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