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Infernal heat is coming |  Bourse Online

The summer of 2022 brought a devastating drought to the lands of Hungary, but it wasn’t really very hot, at least not for long. The reason for this is that the climate phenomenon called La Nina was still prevalent at that time. However, this year, and especially next year, we can expect hellish heat in the summer months. We show you why.

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The United Nations has now warned that it will increase in the coming months El Nino The severity of the phenomenon. According to the United Nations World Meteorological Organization, there is a 60 percent chance that El Niño will become dominant by the end of July, and by September it is already 80 percent likely.

One of everything British newspaper I mentioned that today.

What is El Niño? It is basically a natural weather phenomenon associated with the flow of sea water and occurs periodically. Sea fishermen in Peru and Ecuador were the first to notice this phenomenon at the end of the 19th century. As a result, dry spells and droughts occur in Africa and Australia, and in the Caribbean and the West Coast of the United States, they can cause heavy rains. Its opposite is La Nina, which means the sea surface is cooler than normal, which occurs in the central and eastern parts of the equatorial regions of the Pacific Ocean.

the According to his article, since 2020 the world has been hit by an exceptionally long La Nina, which ended earlier this year, giving way to current neutral conditions.

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However, according to the United Nations, the past eight years were the warmest on record, despite the La Nina cooling effect extending to nearly half of that period. Without the weather phenomenon, the warming would have been worse.

– La Nina “was a temporary curb on the rise in global temperatures Petteri Taalas, head of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), said in a statement. Now, he said, “the world has to prepare for the development of El Nino.”

By the way, the El Niño phenomenon between 2014 and 2016 is considered one of the strongest ever, with disastrous consequences.

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