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Scottish meteorologist Duncan Scott has told that the weather of India-Pakistan and surrounding areas has changed after the 19th century. He has given this information by quoting data from Berkeley Earth.
Extreme heatwave in India and Pakistan: From the last week of March this year, the heat has started bothering. Right now the month of April is going on and the heat wave of heat (heatwave) has made life difficult. These days the mercury is running between 40 to 50 degree Celsius in different parts of the country. India and Pakistan (India-Pakistan) It is getting scorching heat. According to meteorologists, now this disaster is going to increase even more. There will be no relief in the coming months also. It is expected that in May and June (Heatwave in May-JuneIn the month of ) there may be more scorching heat.
According to the report of The Guardian, this is a major reason behind the lack of electricity and water. Scott Duncan, a Scottish meteorologist, has warned about this. Scott Duncan has said in a thread on his Twitter account that the tremendous, dangerous and scorching heat is increasing towards India-Pakistan. Let us know on what basis they have issued such a warning and what is the reason behind so much heat.
Has a warning been issued?
Scientist Scott Duncan has tweeted that the temperature will reach record levels in the coming days. He has expressed a possibility that the temperature may rise significantly. Regarding Pakistan, he has said that the mercury can rise up to 50 degree Celsius in some areas of Pakistan. He has said that this summer has started falling long ago this time. Since the beginning of March. He has explained this by sharing a graphics on his Twitter account. Sharing a graphics of March 2022, Scott has explained how dangerously hot this region of the world is in March.
See his tweet here:
Scorching & dangerous heat on the way for India & Pakistan.
Temperatures will approach April record levels. The high 40s Celsius are expected, parts of Pakistan close to 50°C.
It has been hot here for a very long time now… since early March. pic.twitter.com/EuxZQR45Rc
— Scott Duncan (@ScottDuncanWX) April 24, 2022
Heatwave increases with planet’s temperature
Scottish meteorologist Duncan Scott has told that the weather of India-Pakistan and surrounding areas has changed after the 19th century. That is, climate change has happened here. He has given this information by quoting data from Berkeley Earth. He has told that as the temperature of our planet increases, it also increases the heatwave. These areas experience dangerous levels of heat that can be felt for most of the year.
Let us tell you that the World Meteorological Organization has already told about this. According to this, the temperature recorded in the year 2021 was one of the 7 hottest years on Earth. What will happen in the coming years, it is not yet known.
Average temperature rising every year
According to reports, the average global temperature is increasing by close to one degree Celsius every year. However, due to the Corona epidemic, when factories, plants, etc. were closed in countries around the world and vehicles were running very low, then there was a decline in global carbon dioxide emissions. But after the lifting of the restrictions, it has increased to a record level.
To bring down the temperature, scientists tell the need of decarbonization. Discussions, debates, conferences are being held all over the world on the problem of global warming. Collective efforts are also being made from many countries, but a lot still remains to be done.
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