By Paul Homewood
h/t Ian Magness
Please Sir, Climate Change Ate My Homework!
Since 1836, there have been a total of twenty years with less than 240mm in the first half year, many of these much drier than this year. In other words, a once every decade phenomenon on average. Moreover, dry years used to be much more common in the distant past:
Instead of blaming the weather, maybe Southern Water should address the lack of storage and leaks.
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July 29, 2022