Italian meteorologists point out that it is not certain how long they will last African heat Nor when exactly will the peak of this heat wave be recorded. What is certain, however, is that the level at which the temperature would normally be at zero would increase exponentially. In previous years, he usually swings in the summer around the border 3200/3500 meters above sea level Above, at the height of the ancient snows and glaciers, it was much colder.
But this time The zero temperature will remain at around 4800 meters above sea level, That is, with a height up to the level of Mont Blanc.
According to Italian media, the zero temperature rise above 4,000 meters above sea level nearly twelve years ago was an event. Absolutely unique and short-lived – It usually lasts for up to two days. Over the past five years This rarity has almost become the norm“- We read in the reports of meteorologists. The Italians warn that glaciers are on the tops of the mountains Alps And some European mountain ranges may not withstand the long heat approaching their country with the African anticyclone.
“Recent dramatic events, such as the massif tragedy Orange jam in dolomite, It shows how the rise in temperature is destabilizing this sensitive environment ”- comments experts. As noted by meteorologist Mattia Josoni, quoting the daily “La Stampa” newspaper, the current climate trend may lead to Most of the glaciers in Italy will disappear.
According to experts fromthe end of the world ” It will also struggle France. In more than 15 districts, firefighters are battling fires, Thousands of people were forced to flee. In recent days, 16,000 people have been evacuated to shelters. People. The Gironde, a popular tourist area in southwestern France, has been hit hard by the fires that started on Tuesday. Destroyed more than 14,000 hectares of land.
“Fires in SpainAnd the Portugal And the Greece A thousand more people were forced to flee. The heat wave in the first country since last Sunday caused only the first five days 237 people died– Carlos III Health Institute, affiliated to the Ministry of Health, during the peak of the wave on Thursday, 93 deaths were recorded due to record high temperatures.
According to the Portuguese meteorological office IPMA (Instituto Português do Mar e da Atmosfera), a third of the continent is still operating Extreme fire hazard. This is due to extreme or extreme weather phenomena such as extreme drought.
The number and frequency of natural disasters has increased dramatically over the past few decades. The number is also growing dynamically natural disasters. Experts consider the human impact on climate change to be indisputable. Since the beginning of the industrial age, the world’s temperature has risen by 1.1°C and – if nothing changes – will continue to rise.
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