Europe’s summer of record heat ‘almost impossible’ without climate change, analysis finds

The hovering temperatures in Europe over the summer season heightened alarm about warmth waves and raging wildfires, which swept different elements of the globe too. A climate station on the Italian island of Sicily recorded a temperature of 119.8 levels in August, a possible file for Europe that might beat the final one verified by the World Meteorological Group in Greece in July 1977. | Europe’s summer season of file warmth ‘nearly unattainable’ with out local weather change, evaluation finds

Huynh Nguyen

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