June 8, 2023

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El Nino arrives, and the world is preparing for record temperatures

According to experts, the passage of the climatic phenomenon “will likely lead to a new peak in global warming.”

According to estimates, there is 60% From the possibility that this phenomenon was formed in the period from May to July, the 70% Between June and August the80% between July and September.

What is El Nino?

El Nino is a warm weather phenomenon in the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean, up to the coasts of Peru and Ecuador. Recurs at intervals of 2 to 7 years and lasts 9 to 12 months. It brings heat waves, droughts and floods to different parts of the world. Specifically, rainfall over parts of South America, the southern United States, the Horn of Africa, and Central Asia, and water crises in Australia, Indonesia, and parts of southern Asia. The summertime El Niño phenomenon feeds hurricanes in the eastern central Pacific Ocean and holds them back over the Atlantic Ocean. The opposite phenomenon, called La Nina, is the cooling of the same region in the central and eastern tropical Pacific Ocean. For the past three years, Nina has been constantly repeating herself.

What is the hottest year?

According to the World Meteorological Organization, the hottest year since there are scientific records, 2016, was due to the combined effect of a very powerful phenomenon and human-caused global warming. “El Niño can bring relief from drought in the Horn of Africa, but it could also lead to more extreme weather events,” Taalas said.

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