Heat waves are worsening globally... What is the fact that next summer will be scorching on a global level?

2024-06-20 2024-06-20T17:02:00Z
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هشام جمال
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Arabia Weather - Weather specialists in the climate department at the Arabia Weather Center are monitoring the latest events that the world is witnessing in terms of extreme heat waves and record temperatures, which the Arab world could not be isolated from. After studying the long-term computer outputs and the temperature of water bodies, it is possible to take an overview of summer forecasts globally for this. The year that began with record values, will the summer of 2024 be the hottest in the world?

After the summer of 2023, this summer may be turbulent on a global level

The summer of 2023 is considered the warmest in the world, but 2024 is on track to be one of the hottest years in the world, and it seems that this temperature will reach its peak this summer according to the latest forecasts of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). There is a possibility of 61% - 62% that 2024 will be the hottest year on record.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) calculates that there is a 9 out of 10 chance that at least one year between 2024 and 2028 will be the hottest on record.

Arab weather specialists: A hot summer in Jordan, and the month of July will record a warmer temperature than usual

The specialists at the Arabian Weather Center said that the current month of June will be several degrees higher than the normal average, which will make it the hottest summer month in recorded history, even if it has not actually been recorded as the hottest June in the history of the Kingdom’s records. This may make the summer of 2024 one of the hottest summer months, especially with expectations that the Kingdom will continue to be exposed, at intervals during the next few months, to more hot masses from time to time, separated by moderate air masses.

 

The climate section in ArabiaWeather: La Nina is growing and is statistically linked to strong heat waves globally, but matters are more complicated than that.

After conducting an extensive study, specialists in the climate department in ArabiaWeather said that La Nina has a climatic cycle that consists of cooling the waters of the tropical part of the Pacific Ocean and is linked to an increase in the severity of heat waves in some regions around the world from a statistical standpoint. This phenomenon is characterized by a decrease in sea surface temperatures in The tropical region of the eastern Pacific Ocean, and it affects weather patterns all over the world, including the Arab world.

Weather forecasters at the Arabia Weather Center indicated that research indicates that the impact of La Nina on the Arab world region can be variable and complex, as there may not be a direct and constant relationship between La Nina and heat waves in this region, and the effects can vary based on geographical location and climate influences. Other local.

At the global level, La Nina can be associated with strong heat waves in some regions and lower temperatures in other regions, depending on the interaction between La Nina and regional weather patterns. For example, in North America, La Nina can cause heat waves to increase in severity in the southwestern regions. From the United States, La Nina is associated with stronger heatwaves and more severe droughts in the eastern part of Australia.

In general, the specialists explained that while there are some general patterns associated with La Nina, the precise effects can vary depending on the location and the complex interactions between different climatic factors, but it cannot be said with certainty that its effects will be inevitable in terms of its impact on the world’s climate, as all likely effects are the result of Statistical processing of the years in which this phenomenon occurred, with the need to emphasize that these climate cycles are only an integral part of giant patterns that drive global weather systems.

 

God knows.

This article was written originally in Arabic and is translated using a 3rd party automated service. ArabiaWeather is not responsible for any grammatical errors whatsoever.
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