the Swedish meteorological and hydrological institute's monitoring station in Gothenburg, sweden, have measured the warmest winter since 1872, according to P4 Göteborg, sweden. During december, January, and February, the average temperature hovered at five degrees above normal.
"It is, of course, so it's going to look like in the future, with warmer winters and, of course, with less snow and more rain," says Hans Linderholm, professor of physical geography at the university of Gothenburg, to P4 Göteborg, sweden.
No snow in the winter has been long-standing in the streets of the city. On the question of whether it is a result of climate change, it does not provide a clear-cut answer.
Göteborg, sweden, has had its mildest winter in 148 years, the period of time.Photo by: < / b> SHUTTERSTOCK , the Ecosystem is affected,
He tells me that the snow line will creep further and further up in Sweden, as well as the ecosystem, are affected by the milder weather conditions.
the eco – system that is adapted to the situation in Sweden, with winter and the cold in winter then a bit of a rest. They are going to be wiped out of the ecosystem, which are suited to the conditions of central Europe. And they will take it from there, " says Hans Linderholm, to P4 Göteborg, sweden.
as He stands, also dispels the myth that a mild winter may bring a cold summer this year. It is not clear, " says Hans Linderholm.
in the Past, during the spring and winter, the mild weather has caused flooding in many parts of the Västra Götaland region, Sweden.
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