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Entry no.: 197

1 Aug 2007, 3:55 PM

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Comments: 6

Romania 26°C drop in a week

Weather goes berserk

From 41°C a week ago to 15°C today. Cristian Kit Paul, Bucharest, 2007

In Bucharest the temperature dropped from 41°C a week ago to 15°C today. That's a 26°C variation in a week. Many countries do not have such a contrast between summer and winter, let alone in a few days.

And the 41°C is the official figure measured just outside the city — while on Bucharest boulevards temperatures in excess of 45 were noted. That would mark a more than 30°C decrease.

Come on folks, we can do better than this! Now close the fridges and switch on the heaters to try this again.


Reply no.: 1

2 Aug 2007, 2:49 PM

read my mind:

True now, that topics on weather are not a pie stuffed olives boring subject anymore but a serious responsible matter intellectually oriented that goes on over and over again during breakfast, lunch and dinner. ;)

Reply no.: 2

3 Aug 2007, 1:00 AM


Isn't that nice — lunchtime responsibility.

Reply no.: 3

3 Aug 2007, 1:41 AM


I wonder if this likewise means patterns have shifted enough to give england a break from the rain. Here in Montreal, summer finally started after what was a pretty ideally moderate July.

But although today is hothothot here today, it's nothing like Bucharest has been.

Reply no.: 4

3 Aug 2007, 10:19 AM


England is the new France. Or the new Atlantis. They seem pretty much undecided yet.

Reply no.: 5

3 Aug 2007, 2:35 PM

read my mind:

Ya, business lunch responsibilities will include from now on an up to date weather report. Matched outfit and menu, also. Charming provocative summer dresses during winter time. Even the weather rebrands.

Reply no.: 6

3 Aug 2007, 4:23 PM


Meteorologists will be the new firemen, pop stars, cosmonauts and princesses. Prepare for such conversations with the kids:
—When I grow up I want to be a meteorologist.
—Really? Why is that?
—Because it's the sexy, dooh.

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