Ministry of Emergency Situations warned of a thunderstorm with hail in Moscow

Rain with hail and wind with gusts of up to 20 m / s are expected in the coming hours in Moscow, reports the Metropolitan Ministry of Emergency Situations.

“Until 21 hours on June 28, short-term rain is expected in Moscow, in places heavy rain, thunderstorm, in some places hail, squalling wind gain of 15–20 m / s,” the report said.

The Ministry of Emergencies recommends, if possible, to refuse trips on personal vehicles due to the deterioration of visibility on the roads during a thunderstorm. Parking should be away from trees and weakly fortified structures, the department reminded. Pedestrians are also advised to bypass billboards and rickety structures, not to hide from the rain under the trees, to hide in capital buildings.

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Showers and thunderstorms over Turin and its province Bad weather | Flooding via Vigliani | Benghazi market | Trees and poles fallen in the Canavese area

The downpour that struck in the afternoon today, Saturday 27 June 2020, over Turin and the province has caused problems especially in the south of the city and in the Canavese area.

In South Turin the street vendors of the Piazza Bengasi market paid the biggest costs (the photo is taken from the Facebook profile of Centro Meteo Piemonte) who saw their stalls literally blown away by the whirlwind.

Not far away, in via Vigliani (precisely at number 184) the residents found the road flooded mostly because of the clogged manholes and they had to arm themselves with patience going to unclean them firsthand. This circumstance refers to the video that was sent by a reader.

The problems in the Canavese area

The firefighters have been called to various interventions especially in the Canavese area. Trees and poles have fallen, sometimes blocking the roads, in Baldissero Canavese, Romano Canavese, Torre Canavese and Strambinello. In Baldissero some fallen plants have also isolated a farmhouse. In Torre, in the Valli region, almost at the height of the San Giovanni golf course, a tree felled by the wind has fallen on the wires of the power line.

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Showers and thunderstorms over Turin and its province Bad weather | Flooding via Vigliani | Benghazi market | Trees and poles fallen in the Canavese area

The downpour that struck in the afternoon today, Saturday 27 June 2020, over Turin and the province has caused problems especially in the south of the city and in the Canavese area.

In South Turin the street vendors of the Piazza Bengasi market paid the biggest costs (the photo is taken from the Facebook profile of Centro Meteo Piemonte) who saw their stalls literally blown away by the whirlwind.

Not far away, in via Vigliani (precisely at number 184) the residents found the road flooded mostly because of the clogged manholes and they had to arm themselves with patience going to unclean them firsthand. This circumstance refers to the video that was sent by a reader.

The problems in the Canavese area

The firefighters have been called to various interventions especially in the Canavese area. Trees and poles have fallen, sometimes blocking the roads, in Baldissero Canavese, Romano Canavese, Torre Canavese and Strambinello. In Baldissero some fallen plants have also isolated a farmhouse. In Torre, in the Valli region, almost at the height of the San Giovanni golf course, a tree felled by the wind has fallen on the wires of the power line.

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Up to 30 degrees on the weekend

NOh right cool, and in many places, rainy week, the start of the summer snakes its way in Germany. Already on the feast of corpus Christi on Thursday with maximum temperatures of 23 degrees, a first taste of how the German weather service (DWD) reported.

On the weekend, then the 30 degree will likely be brand in some regions cracked. “The reason for this sudden warming is due to the fact that the height of the flow turns South and flows to the warmer air for us,” said a DWD meteorologist on Wednesday in Offenbach.

But when the temperatures rise – a real picture-book summer with a cloudless blue sky is not as soon in view. Because until at least Sunday, there are always showers and Thunderstorms. Also storm with heavy rain cannot be ruled out, according to the. The result is that It is oppressive-humid. Only on the Islands it is 20 degrees on Saturday, comparatively fresh, in the rest of Germany, the values oscillate between 25 and 30 degrees.


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Up to around 30 degrees on the weekend

NOh right cool, and in many places, rainy week, the start of the summer snakes its way in Germany. Already on the feast of corpus Christi on Thursday with maximum temperatures of 23 degrees, a first taste of how the German weather service (DWD) reported. On the weekend, then the 30 degree will likely be brand in some regions cracked. “The reason for this sudden warming is due to the fact that the height of the flow turns South and flows to the warmer air for us,” said a DWD meteorologist on Wednesday in Offenbach.

But when the temperatures rise – a real picture-book summer with a cloudless blue sky is not as soon in view. Because until at least Sunday, there are always showers and Thunderstorms. Also storm with heavy rain cannot be ruled out, according to the. The result is that It is oppressive-humid. Only on the Islands it is 20 degrees on Saturday, comparatively fresh, in the rest of Germany, the values oscillate between 25 and 30 degrees.


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Cécile Coulon, hussar on the roof

Cécile Coulon is a blonde who pierces the eye as much as the screen. A blonde who shoots the strange. So white that it sometimes turns blue spectrum depending on the light and mood of the girl. If she hadn’t grown up a bit, we would see the kid in the credits of Village of the damned. This angel’s head is haunted, also landed on Earth to put its grain of salt. That explains the precocity that we know about him. Cécile Coulon wrote and published her first novel at the age of 16. Twelve years later, she signs a seventh novel, A beast in paradise, which reaches 70,000 copies in six months. Cécile Coulon has something to disturb. “Yes, I have more ghosts in me than experiences. But if I’m haunted, it’s in the positive sense. I am by the voices, the stories, the landscapes of those who preceded us. I’m leading a herd of ghosts, but they’re not leading me. ” It reassures. “The maturity that I am credited with is due to the fact that I can listen to these voices before and can be silent to write them.” She says that with a small smile, always in the corner. “I smile a lot when I speak, that’s why.” She has two dimples that add to it and carve out a playful face for her, which lights up while she shares her latest find to amuse the gallery of her 16,000 Facebook friends.

The “author” – as she presents herself – has an easy and friendly post as a confinement anti-journal. From his back and forth between his windows and his computer, we can read: “Stop walking your dog, I just saw one more muscular than me!” Or to relay: “I have no chest but right now there are people on the balcony.” She doesn’t have it either. She lives in an apartment on the top floor of a building in Clermont-Ferrand. Without balcony or adjoining garden, but with the possibility of climbing onto the roof. “It is a tiled roof, not at all made for that, but since I have a window that overlooks it, I take advantage of it and it is without risk.” It reassures. “Up there, I find something to breathe, to see somewhere else, I read, it’s nice.” The great outdoors, volcanoes, lakes, biking and running are what he misses most. “But it’s just a big whim when it comes to what cashiers, garbage collectors or hospital staff are going through. I’m so lucky to be here, alone, childless, I mean, without having to take care of anyone other than myself. ” Like her body. Its firm battle silhouette with cravings for “Good wines, good beers and good cheeses”. We learn that “The saint-nectaire freezes very well” in his cooking and containment tips. “I imagine these days people are going back to cooking.” All the more reason to strengthen your daily exercises. It nuances. “I am more worried about the duration of confinement than for my figure. If I do a lot of sport, it’s more to stay in shape and not get out of it completely exhausted and hysterical. ” She practices muscular strengthening exercises without apparatus or dumbbells. One carpet is enough “To prevent the muscles from melting”. She keeps running “Once a week, preferably at night and within a very limited area”.

All around, she knows by heart. This is his land. A full nature “who does not [l’]never scared. “ She never left it. “I never thought about it, even as a teenager!” His baccalaureate in cinema and the khâgne are made in Clermont. “I live in town to be near the train station, for work, but in half an hour I can be at the top of a volcano.” She reassures herself. She assumes this attachment “not fashionable”. She travels little and in France. She doesn’t have a car, favors the train, never the plane “except when [elle est] obligated for work ”. “I have no dreams of distant countries, I am like an animal, like the badger that stays close to its burrow.” Cécile Coulon is not involved anywhere, does not campaign. “Perhaps my commitment is to stay where I am. To feed on it for my fictions, to defend my region, to say how lucky we are to have farms around us, producers who work to sell what we need to take care of ourselves and at lower cost . I campaign by doing my part here to say that the enclave is not an injustice. “

She grew up in Saint-Saturnin, a village at the foot of volcanoes, 25 kilometers from Clermont-Ferrand. She remembers a childhood “heavenly” spent working “Figolu” under the nose of his two big brothers. Her mother, director of the Saint-Nectaire appellation, and her father, an agricultural researcher at INRA, still live in the village. His “job”, as she calls it, to tell stories. She has always read. Fed early on the voices of John Fante, Faulkner, Steinbeck, Bukowski. She discovers Yourcenar and her Flanders, Marie-Hélène Lafon and her Cantal. “Suddenly, I felt less alone. They allowed me to write with my land. “ Cécile Coulon also dares to write and publish poetry. “Not fashionable either, but it is changing. Poetry is particularly deployed on social networks, where it is read and in great demand. ” She has been living from her job since 2013. Since The king is not sleepy, a success “Dizzying” for which she received her first fine copyright check. She is then 23 years old. She buys movies, sneakers, books and a small apartment in Clermont-Ferrand. She goes “eat outside” and reassures: “Since I’m not from Auvergne for nothing, I put the rest aside.”

Cécile Coulon works. The smirk applied, she apologizes for using simple words to say it and gets restless: “Besides the books, nothing happens in my life.” Since it started in a small local publishing house “To the good franquette”, since his revelation with The king is not sleepy at Viviane Hamy’s, she works, infuses, does nothing else. Even on vacation. She takes her manuscript and friends whom she willingly brings to bear. “I spent a studious week with Cécile in her family home in Drôme”, reports Myriam Lépron, a friend who is a university professor. “A week of reading, proofreading, rewriting, walks and swimming.” The author never rejoices for long. “One book is fleeting, and the next one ever played.” His entire body bears the marks. “I often get images of each of my works tattooed to keep track of them.” Whether hoisted or not on her roof, Cécile Coulon contemplates these words which she adores Bernard de Chartres and which she would stick to our skin: “We are dwarves perched on the shoulders of giants.”

June 13, 1990 Birth.

2012 The king is not sleepy.

2017 Three Storm Seasons.

2018 Brambles.

2019 A beast in paradise.

Because of the confinement, the interviews and photos of the last page portrait can be carried out remotely.


Céline Walter Photo Pascal Aimar (Fuzzy trend)

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Gobble Up Life Against Covid-19: Guy Savoy’s Lentil Curry

In these times of generalized confinement, we have an old family legend about lentils, peddled from generation to generation. That of a grandfather lost somewhere between the Meuse and the Somme during the First World War. Imagine, survival in the mud and shit of the trenches. Another form of containment. We pulled the bayonet out of the barrel, under the machine gun, to expose ourselves to another kind of deadly virus. In the family story, our furry young grandfather had been stranded for days under a bus storm when a ladle of lentils was thrown into his bowl and he lapped up without paying attention to this ragougnasse. Up to the spoon too much, when a nasty piece of junk was stuck in one of his ratiches, causing him terrible pain that he had to endure for three days and three nights. “We were in the middle of a pipe breaker, he said. Me, it was nothing, my tooth, next to the comrades who had their holes drilled. But if you knew what I tasted … “

Rage

One day, he told us that he may have survived this steel storm because he had “The rage that you treat your tooth”. He had kept from this painful episode a holy scare of lentils, which made him say when he was served: “You trilled them well, didn’t you?” Are there more stones or scrap? ”

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Universal

Not only is the lentil today, most of the time, well sorted but it is above all a precious vegetable protein and a universal legume in all cuisines of the world. In France alone, there is a slew of varieties to delight all the simmerings: we think of green lentils from Puy, Berry but also the blonde from Saint-Flour and lentil from Champagne.

Multi-star chef

We borrowed its lentil curry from multi-star chef Guy Savoy in his amazing book Gourmet vegetables (1). You need 100 g of carrots; 100 g onions; 200 g lentils; a teaspoon of curry powder; 15 cl of fresh cream; a tomato; a knob of butter; salt and pepper.

Wash the lentils several times in plenty of water and soak them for 45 minutes, then drain them.

Peel onions and carrots and cut them into small dice four millimeters per side. Put these in a frying pan over a low heat with a knob of butter, just long enough to let them return their vegetable water. Then add the lentils and twice their volume of water. Put a lid and cook over low heat 45 minutes. In the meantime, check from time to time that there is enough liquid in the pan so that it does not stick and, if necessary, add a little water.

After 45 minutes of cooking, add 15 cl of fresh cream and a teaspoon of curry powder. The cream will first liquefy, then when the boiling begins, it will start to reduce.

Meanwhile, world a tomato. Start by cutting a cone around the tail with a small pointed knife in order to remove the slightly hard part of the flesh at the same time. To peel the tomato, cut a small cross at the base of the fruit then immerse it for twelve seconds in a saucepan of boiling water, and then fifteen seconds in cold water. The skin then withdraws on its own.

Cut the tomato crosswise and, using the knife, remove the seeds and the pulp to keep only the flesh. Then cut the tomato into small dice.

Pour the lentils into a baking dish. Add the diced tomatoes and place in the oven for three minutes, enough time to heat the tomato.

(1) Gourmet vegetables by Guy Savoy with Guy Langlois (ed. Plon, 1985)


Jacky durand

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