This northern summer, 2021, there were wildfires in Southern Europe and floods in Germany nearly at same time, also, floods and wildfires in different parts of Turkey, and floods in Far East of Russia and wildfires in Siberia.
Also, there was dry weather in the places where the wildfires were. So, it looks like that moisture was not transported to where it should be transported, by winds, and it rained where it should not normally have rained.
I never saw anybody state that these things are connected this way, (except myself, I think I said this hypothesis 1-2 times). Probably, they do not say that because it is not known. In that case, I hope this question waits answers in future.
Has anybody checked whether this idea is true?
How can it be true?