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Record Temperature Rise Forecasted by Meteorologists in Next Five Years

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Experts from the World Meteorological Organization said that global warming will continue in the next five years, which could lead to an unprecedented increase in temperature.

An expert report published on May 17 indicated that greenhouse gases and the natural phenomenon of El Niño (a warm El Niño phenomenon off the coast of Peru) will cause the increase in temperature.

According to the researchers, there is a 66 percent chance that the average surface temperature of the Earth in 2023-2027 will be 1.5 degrees Celsius warmer than before the industrial boom. And this rise will continue in the future, which causes concern for scientists. According to Dr. Leon Hermanson.

Changes in temperature indicators, according to researchers, will lead to an increase in precipitation in these years in northern Europe, Siberia and Alaska. But over the Amazon and in some regions of Australia, it will decrease.

Petteri Taalas, Secretary General of the World Meteorological Organization, calls for readiness to face the impact of rising temperatures on public health, economic security, water management and the environment.

He says: “An El Niño thermal event is expected to occur in the coming months, which, together with human-induced climate changes, will push global temperatures to unknown regions.”


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