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Regions of Australia hit with record rainfall Record rains force evacuations in NSW, but Victorians are staying put March 1, 2012 •Heaviest rain in 80 years drenches NSW •Evacuations at Cowra, high alerts at five towns •Warragamba Dam expected to spill in next 24 hours •Victorian residents prepare to evacuate Mass evacuation from NSW floods ACT dam about to overflow Victorian town inundated by floodwaters "About 500 people in homes and businesses in low-lying areas, mainly in Mulach and Hawkins streets, were advised to evacuate early this morning. By lunchtime, 200 residents had registered their details at an emergency evacuation centre in Vale Street, including 70 residents of the Sir William Hudson nursing home. Beds have been set up at the centre in case it needs to be used tonight night. Inside the hall, a small group mingled over sandwiches and cups of tea." "There have been floods, but not as bad as they expect now," Jan Hebron, 85, told AAP. Read more: http://www.news.com.au/national/record-rains-force-evacuations-in-nsw/story-e6frfkvr-1226285665120#ixzz1nuPcKWII http://theextinctionprotocol.wordpress.com/
Icanseeatoms posted a topic in EARTH EVENTShttp://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2227640/UK-Weather-Snow-hits-southern-England-heavy-rain-sparks-flood-warnings-country.html Snow-vember's here: Blizzards sweep in leaving 6in blanket of white as heavy rain sparks flood warnings across Britain Snow fell in the South and the West Country overnight, including in Somerset, Dorset, Wiltshire and Devon Heavy rain in parts of the South-East and East Anglia has led to flood warnings Tomorrow will be the coldest Bonfire Night since daily records began 14 years ago People have flocked to bet on a white Christmas; Ladbrokes have already slashed the odds By PAUL BENTLEY PUBLISHED: 11:57, 4 November 2012 | UPDATED: 22:29, 4 November 2012 Your calendar may say November... but the weather seems to think otherwise. Blizzards swirled across the North East and snow blanketed parts of the West Country yesterday. A light scattering of snow was reported in Gloucestershire, an inch fell in Dorset, and up to six inches fell in Somerset in Bath, Frome, Midsomer Norton and the Mendip Hills, after temperatures plummeted on Saturday night. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2227640/UK-Weather-Snow-hits-southern-England-heavy-rain-sparks-flood-warnings-country.html Strange weather hitting North & South of the UK, central parts wet and cold , expecting the sunshine in a few days hahhaha. Time to wrap up and stay warm as best you can over the next few winter months, stock up on essentials as best you can and look out for those around you. Stay safe UK. Icanseeatoms.