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The weather is "crazy", this city is expected to be engulfed by temperatures of 45°C
Written by SOT.COM.AL 18 Shtator 2023
The City of London will soon face high temperatures of 45 degrees Celsius on multiple days throughout the year.
It may seem absurd, given the mild and rainy (generally cold) climate that generally characterizes the United Kingdom, but this is what emerges from a preliminary report quoted to The Guardian by the Mayor of London Sadiq Khan, currently involved in the ongoing Climate Week taking place in New York City.
This is a climate summit with international experts, during which we will discuss the evolution of global warming, its impact and what we can do to curb the most dramatic and irreversible consequences of the climate crisis.
The mayor emphasized to the Guardian that the metropolis is not ready to face such temperatures, with buildings and infrastructure unsuitable to withstand such extreme heat waves.
Even if the report he is talking about refers to the near future, the mayor's reference is to recent heatwaves, specifically that of summer 2022, during which unprecedented temperatures were reached in the United Kingdom.
It was in London that 40°C was exceeded for the first time in July 2022, shortly after the record on Tuesday 19 July recorded by the monitoring station Coningsby (Lincolnshire), with 40.3°C. Never before had the column of Mercury reached these levels in the land of Albion.
But this, experts say, is just the beginning, as average temperatures continue to rise dangerously year after year, with the risk of us soon reaching global warming of more than 1.5°C above the pre-global average. industrial.
This is the threshold that worries scientists, because beyond it we enter uncharted territory with irreversible consequences. The melting of glaciers, the spread of tropical diseases, the loss of crops, mass extinctions, the collapse of ecological balances, rising sea levels, deadly heat waves, migrations on an epochal scale, these are just some of the consequences that threaten the stability of the whole civilization.