British experts have warned to expect unprecedented heat waves of up to 40 degrees in Britain during the summer, even if global warming continues at 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels.
MTI writes that the highest temperature ever measured in Britain was 38.7°C, which was recorded in Cambridge on July 25, 2019.
He warned that the planet is already experiencing extremely high temperatures due to global warming of 1.1 to 1.2 degrees Celsius. Liz BentleyDirector General of the British Royal Meteorological Society.
If we add 0.3 degrees to this, the heat waves will be more intense, perhaps forty degrees in Britain, which we have not seen before, and with global warming by a degree and a half, this will not only happen once or twice, but regularly.
The expert said.
Mike KendonThe author of the Climate Report, in a statement to the BBC, described the 40 heat waves in the UK as a real danger, stressing that climate change is already affecting the island nation, as it is in the rest of the world. Globalism.
According to a British climate report published on Thursday, 2020 was the third warmest, fifth rainiest and eighth sunniest year, and the first year to be in the top ten in all three indicators. Average winter temperatures were 5.3 degrees, 1.6 degrees higher than the average for the years 1981-2010.
On Monday, 24 o’clock wrote that hospitals and tube stations in London were inundated by torrential rain. In the British capital, emergency care at at least two large hospitals has been suspended because of this. Because of the unusually rainy weather, there were also traffic problems in many places.