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Northern hemisphere summer - is this the big one? (Weather)

by dulan drift, Wednesday, August 14, 2019, 17:49 (6 days ago) @ dulan drift

An example of the 'erratic effect' with the monsoons in India that have triggered landslides resulting in over 400 deaths. Is there a co-relation to earthquakes in that there's a 'pressure build-up' thing happening?

Monsoons are essential rain bringers but appear to have become erratic with the hits being harder and the misses being drought events. The between-drinks time is the pressure-cooker that pushes 'til something gives

Wonder if there are weather fault-line equivalents?

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/aug/14/india-flood-alert-monsoon-kerala


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