For almost a week now we have had extremely hot weather in the south of Sweden. And we know that last year was the hottest ever here – and on Earth.
Of course this gives us wonderful mornings – and evenings. Something to be grateful for.
But, northeners are not made for this. Our bodies protest. The evening walk with my dog cannot start until 7.30 p.m. He is not well prepared for the heat either (he did not come with a zipper…) – 33.5 C yesterday.
This is the end of May and the beginning of June. If we ever have those high temperatures, then it might happen some day in July or August.
It is beautiful, it is a wonderful evening by the sea, but it feels neither real nor all right.
Today we are having the biggest migration of people – ever – in Europe, and what will these climate changes bring? Yes, even more migration…people trying to save what is left of their lives and trying to get a new start, a new life, somewhere else. Some islands have already disappeared.
This is only the beginning of the end.
As always, click the pictures to enlarge – sometimes you have to click twice.