Medals aren’t all we need to bring back

I’m sure you’re well aware that the Olympic Games start tonight. As the clock ticks down to the open ceremony, many people were afraid that the weather would put a damper on the event. London has seen quite a bit of rain lately, and that is putting it lightly. While we are currently in a severe drought, they have had more rain than they¬† can handle. Since Jan 1st, London has a surplus of almost 4 inches¬†and we are in the hole by 7.65 inches! This summer alone they have 7 inches to our pathetic 2.73 inches. So let’s not only hope our atheletes bring back plenty of gold medals, let’s hope they can bring some of that moisture with as well! -GB


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This post was written by qni_it on July 27, 2012

2 Comments so far

  1. Guest-Woodstock IL July 27, 2012 3:11 PM

    At this point our only hope to avouid long term drought is either:
    A: Tropical system remnants, like Hurricane Ike did in 2008, or
    B: A heavy ring of fire pattern, with multiple nighttime storm clusters each bringing 1-3″ of rain. We’d need about one such storm cluster every night for about a week straight.
    With an El Nino winter approaching, things can only get worse if we don’t get drought relief now.

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