Heat waves and heat plumes in France: 50°C expected in 2026?

Warming and Climate Change: causes, consequences, analysis ... Debate on CO2 and other greenhouse gas.
jean.caissepas
I posted 500 messages!
I posted 500 messages!
posts: 660
Registration: 01/12/09, 00:20
Location: R.alpes
x 423

Re: Heat waves and heat plumes in France: 50°C expected in 2026?




by jean.caissepas » 11/08/22, 23:27

A small photo of the Loire (the river), which is not going well! : Shock:

Image

other picture :
Image

source: https://www.radiofrance.fr/franceinter/ ... au-5040594
2 x
Past habits must change,
because the future must not die.
Christophe
Moderator
Moderator
posts: 79267
Registration: 10/02/03, 14:06
Location: Greenhouse planet
x 11019

Re: Heat waves and heat plumes in France: 50°C expected in 2026?




by Christophe » 11/08/22, 23:32

It's just amazing... : Cry: : Cry: : Cry:

But where have the fish gone?

How much rain will it take to return to normal levels???
0 x
User avatar
Macro
Econologue expert
Econologue expert
posts: 6504
Registration: 04/12/08, 14:34
x 1633

Re: Heat waves and heat plumes in France: 50°C expected in 2026?




by Macro » 11/08/22, 23:41

I pass above the Cher every day... Strangely him... He is at his normal level... but why??? Look for a little...
0 x
The only thing safe in the future. It is that there may chance that it conforms to our expectations ...
Christophe
Moderator
Moderator
posts: 79267
Registration: 10/02/03, 14:06
Location: Greenhouse planet
x 11019

Re: Heat waves and heat plumes in France: 50°C expected in 2026?




by Christophe » 11/08/22, 23:55

Farming? : Cheesy: Nuclear power plants? : Cheesy:

Or because you piss in the Cher? : Mrgreen:

I've never seen the stream at the bottom of my garden so low… and no one pumps in it since its source is a few km away…
0 x
Christophe
Moderator
Moderator
posts: 79267
Registration: 10/02/03, 14:06
Location: Greenhouse planet
x 11019

Re: Heat waves and heat plumes in France: 50°C expected in 2026?




by Christophe » 11/08/22, 23:59

Oh no, it's Twitter's fault:

1 x
izentrop
Econologue expert
Econologue expert
posts: 13681
Registration: 17/03/14, 23:42
Location: picardie
x 1511
Contact :

Re: Heat waves and heat plumes in France: 50°C expected in 2026?




by izentrop » 12/08/22, 00:31

Well maybe the network of locks that regulate its course?
0 x
Christophe
Moderator
Moderator
posts: 79267
Registration: 10/02/03, 14:06
Location: Greenhouse planet
x 11019

Re: Heat waves and heat plumes in France: 50°C expected in 2026?




by Christophe » 12/08/22, 00:59

Are there no locks elsewhere? A lock is not a dam…hey Grandpa! Its capacity for regulating the flow is quite limited…I think?

Very interesting :



..and that somewhat answers my question about the return to normal...
0 x
Janic
Econologue expert
Econologue expert
posts: 19224
Registration: 29/10/10, 13:27
Location: bourgogne
x 3491

Re: Heat waves and heat plumes in France: 50°C expected in 2026?




by Janic » 12/08/22, 07:29

..and that somewhat answers my question about the return to normal...
normal? Today it means nothing! :(
0 x
"We make science with facts, like making a house with stones: but an accumulation of facts is no more a science than a pile of stones is a house" Henri Poincaré
humus
Econologue expert
Econologue expert
posts: 1951
Registration: 20/12/20, 09:55
x 687

Re: Heat waves and heat plumes in France: 50°C expected in 2026?




by humus » 12/08/22, 07:49

Christophe wrote:Are there no locks elsewhere? A lock is not a dam…hey Grandpa! Its capacity for regulating the flow is quite limited…I think?

Very interesting :



..and that somewhat answers my question about the return to normal...

Yes, it's called the pottery effect! : Lol:
0 x
User avatar
Macro
Econologue expert
Econologue expert
posts: 6504
Registration: 04/12/08, 14:34
x 1633

Re: Heat waves and heat plumes in France: 50°C expected in 2026?




by Macro » 12/08/22, 08:22

Before catastrophizing on a photo....Even if it is true that the Loire is low....So analyze the photo a bit, When was it taken...and especially where...A little research google on the name of the town "Les Roziers sur loire" You would have learned that this town has 2 bridges that span the Loire with an island in the middle of the two bridges......

In summer it is not uncommon for one of the two arms to be almost dry.... the "streetview" dates from 07/2020

https://www.bing.com/maps?q=Les%20Rosie ... e91feb4506
2 x
The only thing safe in the future. It is that there may chance that it conforms to our expectations ...

Back to "Climate Change: CO2, warming, greenhouse effect ..."

Who is online ?

Users browsing this forum : Remundo and 60 guests