The summer of 1816, the worst of the millennium - The Point

One was rotten ! The archives of the Paris Observatory are formal. The months of June, July and August of 1816 have been particularly rainy and temperatures is

The summer of 1816, the worst of the millennium - The Point

One was rotten ! The archives of the Paris Observatory are formal. The months of June, July and August of 1816 have been particularly rainy and temperatures is almost winter. With 25 days of heaven sealed, and (only) a week in sunny, June had been rather morose. July has not proven to be better. It rained poured for nearly 10 full days. And for three weeks, the sky remained covered, not revealing completely that... three days. The month of August has, admittedly, been less rainy. The clouds have not been ubiquitous. The thermometer has ranged in...

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