in the Year 2019, it was the hottest year ever recorded in Europe, and the new year has started out in the same manner. Now, the EU's climate monitoring, The Climate Change Service C3S, but the most recent three-month period was the warmest in the history of Europe.
"This is an extreme event in its own right, but it is likely that these types of events become even more extreme due to global warming," says Carlo Buontempo, executive director at C3S, said in a statement.
According to statistics, in the last few months have been 3.4 degrees warmer than average winter during the period from 1981 to 2010. Compared to the previous record, set during the winter, as happened in 2015-2016, the last winter of nearly 1.4 degrees.
In Sweden, the Swedish meteorological and hydrological institute the month following the month reported, if the temperature is between six and seven degrees celsius warmer than normal, which resulted, among other things, that the winter has been affected.
" Slowly but surely, the weather gets warmer, it becomes more and more difficult to ski in Sweden. As snöbristen growing in the south of Sweden, I think that the interest in cross-country skiing among the younger generation is going to decrease, " said the meteorologist, and the MP-and of the church, Peter Holmgren, to Express, in the course of the Race, as he believes it will be difficult to implement in the future.
a number of the effects of climate change on winter
at the same time, floods have put communities under water and wreaked havoc in parts of the world.
" We can't determine the date to be exactly the kind of winter is going to be more and more common in the future. However, it is clear that it is getting warmer, which means more water vapor and more precipitation. Then, there is a risk of high flow. It will be effective, regardless of whether it's a mild winter or a colder winter, and Erik Kjellström, professor of climate science at the Swedish meteorological and hydrological institute, told the local.
While in the Antarctic, have the parties been over 20 degrees celsius for a time in February. The brazilian scientist, Carlos Schaefer, who monitor the effects of climate change in the Antarctic is observed when, according to The Guardian, is that the temperature is important to the scientists.
" We are seeing the warming trend at many of the sites that we monitor, but we've never seen anything like it.
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