“First came a few tufts of grass, and then on our tablecloth for a picnic fell a sheaf of hay!”…
New weather phenomenon – “grass fall” or rain from hay
The GRU family of the British Motto, Wiltshire, enjoyed a Sunday holiday when they were caught off guard by an unprecedented phenomenon. With a clear, cloudless sky, in the absence of wind, suddenly began to fall dry grass, and then hay, and almost stacks. And they were not the only “victims” – a strange phenomenon has affected many people in the countryside of great Britain.
Gloucestershire, Devon, Wiltshire, Wales, Lancashire – all these regions are geographically located in the Western part of the British Isles, but in reality they are separated by a distance of hundreds of km. The more surprising that the event, christened “grass rain” or “Blizzard of hay”, observed not only in different parts of the country, but also for three days. Continue reading