|Posted by Tsar William I on July 15, 2013 at 4:25 PM|
A winter storm has provided record-breaking rainfall and rather inclement climatic conditions in Arborea and neighbouring regions of New Zealand. The month of June was the wettest month since records began, with 95 mm of rainfall recorded. However, the last five days have eclipsed this total, with 124 mm recorded so far.
The Tsar stresses that there is no cause for alarm, and that the Arborea Defence Service's 1st Gutter Clearing Engineer Corps has responded admirably to the conditions.
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