Exceeding 50 degrees Celsius! Record high temperature in Pakistan: global climate change

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 Exceeding 50 degrees Celsius! Record high temperature in Pakistan: global climate change


According to the United Nations World Meteorological Organization data, in April 30th, two weather stations in Pakistan monitored high temperatures above 50 degrees Celsius. This is the highest temperature recorded by the United Nations in the same period in Pakistan. In May, the extreme high temperatures in Pakistan continued. The highest temperature in the southern port city of Karachi reached 43 degrees Celsius on the 3 day. 127 people died in Indias super dust storm In India, which borders Pakistan, there was a more severe sandstorm in May 2nd than in previous years. At least 127 people died in Northwest India, and more than 50 thousand trees were destroyed in the dust storm that lasted for about 3 hours. Global climate change has caused extreme weather to occur frequently by the World Meteorological Organization. The unusual high temperatures in Pakistan and the super dust storms in India are all caused by global climate change. There are more signs that climate change is urgent. At the beginning of April this year, a weather station in Spain monitored record carbon dioxide concentrations, and at the end of 4, the sea ice cover in the Bering Sea had also been recorded at the lowest level in April. These signs need to be on the alert. Source: CCTV News Mobile editor: Shao Xiaobo _NN2479 Global climate change leads to frequent extreme weather The World Meteorological Organization says Pakistans unusual high temperatures and Indias super dust storms are caused by global climate change. There are more signs that climate change is urgent. At the beginning of April this year, a weather station in Spain monitored record carbon dioxide concentrations, and at the end of 4, the sea ice cover in the Bering Sea had also been recorded at the lowest level in April. These signs need to be on the alert.