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Evacuations after floods in Lublin, Poland

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A heavy downpour caused severe flooding in parts of eastern Poland on 19 June, 2019, leaving communities cut off.

Flooding affected areas of Janów Lubelski County, Lublin Voivodeship (province), in particular the neighbouring villages of Wierzchowiska Pierwsze and Wierzchowiska Drugie, both in the district of Modliborzyce. Local media said the area was cut off by flood water for some time on 19 June and the villages were left isolated. Both villages are situated along the Sanna River, a tributary of the Vistula.

The governor of Lublin, Przemysław Czarnek, visited the area. In a statement he said that 18 people have been evacuated and were staying in temporary accommodation at the local fire station, or with neighbours.


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Hungary hit by a month's worth of rain in an afternoon

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On Wednesday afternoon, heavy thunderstorms hit parts of the country approximately totaling a month's worth of rain. The sudden and excessive rainfall caused flash floods and disruptions in traffic in several places around the country. For example, in Szolnok, an underpass was filled with so much water that cars became submerged. In other cities and villages, streets and houses were flooded.

Heves Online received a video from its readers of the scene in Nagyvisnyó:


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Flash floods prompt evacuations in the Azores - double June rainfall in 24 hours

Severe storm hits Azores

Severe storm hits Azores
Civil Protection of the Azores Islands (Serviço Regional de Proteção Civil e Bombeiros dos Açores - SRPCBA) reported over 30 incidents of flooding on the islands of Terceira and São Jorge.

Raging flash floods swept through streets on 16 June, 2019, damaging homes and vehicles. The worst hit area was the municipality of Angra do Heroísmo on Terceira Island, where 30 of 36 incidents occurred. SRPCBA said that most of the recorded incidents were promptly resolved by Angra do Heroísmo fire service, along with teams from civil protection and other local emergency services. Nine people were evacuated from their homes in the municipality.


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Over 40,000 displaced by floods in Mindanao, Philippines

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The Department of Social Welfare and Development (DSWD) in the Philippines says that over 45,000 people have been displaced by flooding on Mindanao Island.

Most of those displaced (44,955 people / 8,991 families) are in Datu Salibo and Sultan Sa Barongis municipalities in Maguindanao Province.

DWSD said, "The rapid change of the weather condition including the heavy rain has been experienced in some part of Maguindano Province. On 06 June 2019 and 09 June 2019, Municipalities of Datu Saibo and Sultan Sa Barongis were two of the reported affected municipalities of flooding due to heavy rainfall."


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Ice Age Farmer Report: Catastrophic growing seasons worldwide - Grand Solar Minimum "Trainwreck"

Standing water is seen near a tractor in Woodford County, Ill., June 13, 2019.
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Standing water is seen near a tractor in Woodford County, Ill., June 13, 2019.

Farmers across the nation--and indeed the world--are calling out in unison about a catastrophic growing season. Many are "cold and wet." Others are suffering from violent hailstorms. All are more volatile as the growing zones shift. Ensure your family's food security going forward: start growing your own food today.


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Flash flood kills at least 7 people in Trabzon, Turkey

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A flash flood claimed at least seven lives in Turkey's Black Sea region, the officials said on June 19.

Speaking to reporters about the flood in Araklı in the Trabzon province, Süleyman Soylu said rescue teams are trying to reach the others.

"Search and rescue teams of 280, including Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD), Search and Rescue Association (AKUT), and gendarmerie forces are searching the region," Soylu added.


Attention

Adapt 2030 Ice Age Report: Your life is about to change - are world events adding up yet?

Solar Cycle Prediction
© David Hathaway, NASA, Marshall Space Flight Center
NASA predicts weakest solar activity in 200 years
NASA comes out with a shocking announcement that starting in 2020 we will experience the lowest solar activity in 200 years, and global temperatures will drop. With this jet stream will shift creating new precipitation patterns and volcanic eruptions will cause even more of a feed back loop intensifying cooling and global crop losses.


Comment: See also: David DuByne of Adapt 2030 recently had a two part discussion with Laura Knight-Jadczyk and Pierre Lescaudron, editors at SOTT.net and authors of Earth Changes and the Human Cosmic Connection: The Secret History of the World.

The news cycle is largely distraction from increasing food prices and societal changes as Earth shifts to a cooler climate. As the Eddy Grand Solar Minimum intensifies, a 400-year cycle in our Sun is affecting crop production, the economy and everyone on our planet. This is a timeline for what you can expect from now to 2030 as the frequency from our Sun changes.

See here for Part 1 and Part 2.

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 Earth Changes and the Human-Cosmic Connection



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Rain-triggered flood leaves 5 dead in south China's Guangxi

Disaster relief personnel and villagers work together to remove debris stuck near a bridge amid flooding in Liuzhou

Disaster relief personnel and villagers work together to remove debris stuck near a bridge amid flooding in Liuzhou
At least five people died as of 5 a.m. Monday after rain-triggered floods and landslides hit southern China's Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, local authorities said Monday.

Torrential rain swept Guangxi's Lingyun County late Sunday and triggered landslides that killed two people. Multiple vehicles were carried by flash floods at a road section from Lingyun to Baise. Rescuers have found four vehicles and three people were confirmed dead.

Strong rain also disrupted traffic and trapped 60 households in Jiumin Village. All the affected villagers have been transferred to safety.

An emergency response was activated on Sunday and police officers, firefighters and medical staff have been sent to the affected areas.

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Severe weather in Europe causes devastation

Firefighters clean uprooted trees which were destroyed by a recent storm in Zlocieniec, north-western Poland. The heavy storms passed over north-western Poland in the night from 15 to 16 June.
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Firefighters clean uprooted trees which were destroyed by a recent storm in Zlocieniec, north-western Poland. The heavy storms passed over north-western Poland in the night from 15 to 16 June.
Heavy storms have caused flooding and considerable devastation in many parts of Europe.

In eastern France, south of Lyon, violent hailstones the size of tennis balls hit and broke car windscreens.

Meanwhile, roads were flooded and houses were damaged. A German tourist was killed by a tree in the French town of Taninges.


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Floods in Mongolia leave at least 12 dead

floods in Mongolia, June 2019.
© National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) Mongolia
Floods in Mongolia, June 2019.
National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) in Mongolia reports that as many as 12 people have lost their lives in recent flooding in the country.

Mongolia Red Cross said that heavy rain began on 15 June, 2019, causing flooding in parts of the capital, Ulaanbaatar and nearby areas including Lun, Bayantsogt, and Bayankhangai in Töv Province.

Many roads have been blocked and drivers left stranded. Some flights from Ulaanbaatar were cancelled or delayed. The heavy rain was accompanied by strong winds. Several buildings suffered severe damage and 2 buildings were completely destroyed in Bayantsogt.

Meteorological and Environmental Monitoring Agency said that between 15 and 16 June, 82mm of rain fell in parts of Töv Province. Rivers levels in affected areas jumped by over 1 metre.