Global warming: summer 2022 record in Europe, according to the Copernicus service › Geeky News


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The summer of 2022, as the number of natural disasters linked to global warming increased, was the hottest on record in Europe, European Climate Change Service Copernicus said Thursday. Burning forests, dried up rivers, half-baked crops, broken heat records. The feeling of a hot summer by Europeans is confirmed by the readings of satellites, global warming here and there. For three months of meteorological summer (June-August), temperatures exceeded the average values ​​of 1991-2020. by 1.34°C and by 0.4°C the previous record dated 2021 is from 1979, but indicates that based on other types of surveys, the record dates back to...