“The 1910 floods in Paris lasted for two months and took the lives of five people. After a rainy summer and autumn in 1909, the water levels rose and rose and rose. Soon the city looked more like Venice than Paris. People steered boats down the Rue de Maine (below) and the Cour de Rome near the Saint-Lazare train station”

When Paris was under water for two months – BBC News

30 Jan 1910, Page 3 – The Spokane Press at Newspapers.com

31 Jan 1910, 1 – The Baltimore Sun at Newspapers.com

28 Jan 1910, 1 – The Los Angeles Times at Newspapers.com

16 Dec 1910, 1 – Chillicothe Gazette at Newspapers.com

via Real Climate Science


November 11, 2021