An invasion of flying ants stalks wembley in time for the final

An invasion of flying ants stalks wembley in time for the final between England and Italy. The Radars of the Met Office have detected a cloud from millions of i

An invasion of flying ants stalks wembley in time for the final
An invasion of flying ants stalks wembley in time for the final between England and Italy. The Radars of the Met Office have detected a cloud from millions of insects from Friday in Southeast London that could occasionally reach the northwest and affect the stadium. The weather forecast is cloud and with a temperature around 20 degrees, with slight risk of rains in the afternoon. In recent weeks, southern England has recorded rainfall higher than usual by this time, which has softened the land and has led to the massive appearance of flying ants. & amp; quot; our radars have detected something more than rain this morning: we are checking the presence of flying insects & amp; quot; could be read at a Twitter entry of the MET Office. & amp; quot; while we confirm that there are few rainfall (in the south of England) the echo that arrives is caused by the insects & amp; quot; LAS & AMP; quot; clouds & amp; quot; visible in some areas the British capital -converted for a day in & amp; quot; capital & amp; quot; of Europe - are composed of queen ants and winged males in full & amp; quot; nuptial flight & amp; quot; Although they are more common with the first rains of spring and autumn boot, the humidity of these last weeks has led to the curious phenomenon. & amp; quot; if the conditions are conducive this Sunday, there may be something more than three lions on the t-shirts of the English players in Wembley & Amp; quot;, Vaticinó in statements to Sky News the entomologist Adam Hart, from the University of Gloucestershire, warning about the risk of an invasion of winged ants in bridal flight: & amp; quot; We are just at the beginning of the mating season & amp; quot; Usual in Wimbledon The presence of flying ants is something usual all the summers in the Wimbledon tournament, which is usually celebrated under the cloud and permanent rain threat, although the forecast for the final between Novak Djokovic and Matteo Berretini was dry from principle In short. For the Wembley Final, sweeping for home, the meteorologist Greg Dewhurst adventures a forecast similar to that of 55 years ago in the old stadium, when England was proclaimed the world champion by 4-2 against the Federal Republic of Germany: & amp; quot; I can say that the time it made on July 30, 1966 was similar to that we will have this Sunday, with temperatures around 20 degrees and the risk of chubascos & amp; quot;
Updated Date: 11 July 2021, 09:43

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