Monday, July 16, 2012

Rain falls at 3.5 inches per hour. This is #climatechange.

Waterfall-like rain eases in southwest Japan, but 27 dead, thousands of homes damaged - The Washington Post: "The rain was concentrated in certain spots in a sprawling region of southern Japan, extending as far north as the ancient capital of Kyoto, where rainfall exceeded 90 millimeters (3.5 inches) per hour — a condition in which rain cascades down in such torrents that seeing ahead becomes impossible."

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