The liver is hot! The UN said that the past July was one of the three hottest records ever recorded.
World Meteorological Organization Theรวมเว็บฝากถอนออโต้United Nations (UN) climate agency announced on August 10 that July was one of the hottest July on record. With temperatures that are almost half a degree Celsius above the global average.
WMO spokesman Claire Nallis said July was one of the top three hottest months in July this year. Global temperatures have risen from the statistics from 1991-2020 to 0.4 degrees Celsius, based on data from Copernicus, the European climate organization
Nalis stated that July 2022 temperatures are hotter than 2016, but slightly cooler in 2019 numbers, likely due to the La Niña phenomenon. or the phenomenon in which the water surface in the ocean lowers its temperature This causes a slightly cooler temperature effect. which is a problem that the world has been facing since 2020
The WMO warns of the dangers of heatwaves and droughts resulting from global climate change. As European countries experience, it may happen more often. And it will become part of a new way of life in the future. However, July's temperature has yet to break the official global temperature record. Because there are other areas such as the western Indian Ocean. most of Central Asia and Australia, where temperatures are below the global average. This is in contrast to the situation in Europe this year.