Well, today, the weather people got it right; we have a cooler day, a nice breeze, and a joy to walk in.

Tomorrow looks like rain, and a lot of it, so we head into floods and damage to property from the volume and possibly lightning.

My point is that this is entirely predictable; we have ground that's baked hard, little or no grass and ditches surrounding fields that will not absorb the rain, so runoff from the fields will be massive.

So why has the local authority ignored it? Why is there no action to clean out the ditches, make sure road drains are not blocked, and streams are in shape to take the volume? It's not rocket science, or is it ?

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