Tag: High Temperature

The high temperature in southern China continues to rage, and many places have entered the “stewing and steaming” mode of 40 ℃

China news service, Beijing, July 26 (reporter Chen Su) – since mid July, many places in southern China have been roasted by continuous high temperatures. According to the China Meteorological Administration on the 26th, it is expected that in the next 10 days, there will still be large-scale continuous high-temperature weather in the south, and the temperature in many places can reach more than 40 ℃.


The high temperature weather in Jiangnan, South China and other places continues, and there will be a relatively obvious rainfall process in the northern region

Beijing, July 25, according to the website of the Central Meteorological Observatory, from 8:00 on July 25 to 8:00 on July 26, some areas in central Inner Mongolia, southern Shanxi, Northern Yunnan and Western Yunnan had moderate to heavy rain. The Central Meteorological Observatory continued to issue a high temperature orange warning at 6:00 on July 25: it is expected that during the day of July 25, there will be high temperature weather above 35 ℃ in Zhejiang, Fujian and other places, and some areas in central Zhejiang, central Fujian, central Jiangxi, southern Xinjiang basin and other places can reach above 40 ℃.


High temperature! High temperature! High temperature! Is the world’s second largest ice sheet about to heat up?

According to CNN on the 20th, due to the rare high temperature weather in many European countries recently, the ice sheet covering Greenland, the world’s largest island, is melting in a large area. Only from July 15 to 17, about 6 billion tons of ice have been lost every day, enough to fill 7.2 million Olympic swimming pools. Greenland ice sheet is the second largest ice sheet in the world, with an area of nearly 1.8 million square kilometers, second only to the Antarctic ice sheet, and the annual average temperature is below 0 ℃.


Why is the summer of 2022 so hot? What causes the high temperature?

Recently, the continuous high temperature and extreme weather around the world have affected most parts of the world, and more than 6 billion people around the world have been troubled by high temperatures. According to the detection data of the national meteorological department, since June this year, the global average temperature has been about 0.4 degrees Celsius higher than in previous years, the highest temperature since 1979. Since May, the heat wave incident in New Delhi, the capital of India, has occurred, hundreds of people have been killed by heat, the highest temperature in Western Europe has reached an alarming 40 degrees Celsius, and many cities in France, Britain, Spain, the United States, Japan and other countries have set new high temperature records.