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UN Reports: Global Temperatures To Set A Break Records:- World Meteorological Organisation reported on Wednesday that there will be a breach of 1.5 degree Celsius temperature. At least between 2023-2027, there will be a threshold in temperature of at least 1.5 degrees Celsius or more. There is a 98% of probability turning the world into the warmest and to set record-breaking temperatures. The 1.5-degree threshold will dive into many consequences, which might be temporary. To date 2016 is the warmest year and in the next coming years, Global Temperatures going to set a new record by being the warmest.
There was a study in India and the neighbouring countries about the raised temperatures. They released a statement that India, Bangladesh, Laos, and Thailand have a chance of temperature raise at least 3 times larger than expected. The Secretary-General of the World Meteorological Organization, Petteri Taalas, warns about the repercussions for health, food security, water management and the environment.
Reports also say that there will be an increase in rainfall in the Sahel, northern Europe, Alaska and northern Siberia and in the Amazon and Parts of Australia we are going see less rain.
Coming to Andhra Pradesh, the state is facing a severe heat storm. The highest temperature of 44.4 degrees Celsius was recorded at Jangameshwara Puram of Palnadu followed by Nandyal with 43.5 degrees Celsius. Temperatures rise is leaving the public with sleepless nights as the temperatures are not coming down even at night.