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the darkness
LopDude
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the darkness
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Ain't no sunshine: winter is one of darkest ever for parts of Europe

Sunshine is in short supply across a swathe of north-west Europe, shrouded in heavy cloud from a seemingly never-ending series of low pressure systems since late November and suffering one of its darkest winters since records began.

If you live in Brussels, 10 hours and 31 minutes was your lot for the entire month of December. The all but benighted inhabitants of Lille in France got just two hours, 42 minutes through the first half of January.

“Sound the alarm and announce the disappearance,” read a despairing headline in photon-deprived northern France’s regional paper, La Voix du Nord. “A star has been kidnapped. We still have no sign of life from the sun.”

Rouen had 2.5 hours of sunshine in the first half of January. The average for the full month is 58.6

Belgium’s Royal Meteorological Institute has declared December 2017 “the second darkest month since 1887”, when it began measuring, after the 10.5 hours of sun recorded at its Uccle weather station last month were beaten only by a bare 9.3 hours in 1934.

France’s northern Hauts-de-France region did better with 26 hours of sunshine in December, but that was against a norm of 48.

But Météo France described the paltry 2.7 hours of sun recorded from 1 to 13 January in Lille, the region’s biggest city, as “exceptional”. The January average stands at 61.4 hours, according to the agency – meaning Lille and its unfortunate residents were deprived of perhaps 30 hours’ worth of rays in the first part of the month.

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/j...est-europe

the cure for winter depression... sun lamps.

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another riveting thread by LopDude Ihoohase
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That's what they like over there. Ya know vampires and such.
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (02-13-2018 06:50 AM)
another riveting thread by LopDude Ihoohase

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He's the best. Material brought, what you got AC?
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