© 2020 – 2022 AEA3 WEB | AEAƎ United Kingdom News
Image default
News

Climate breakdown made UK heatwave 10 times more likely, study finds

Recent extreme temperatures were higher than those simulated by climate models, analysis reveals

Climate breakdown made the recent record UK heatwave 10 times more likely, researchers have found. Analysis by World Weather Attribution reveals that temperatures in the UK during the heatwave, when it hit 40.3C, were higher than those simulated by climate models.

The researchers say extreme temperatures in western Europe are rising faster than expected.

Continue reading…

Related posts

NHS to miss out on recruiting thousands of nurses if BTecs are scrapped

AEA3

Diabetes ‘wakeup call’ as 1,500 children in England have type 2

AEA3

Polish, Czech and Slovenian prime ministers travel to Kyiv

AEA3

Your ads here. Click here