Published: 2013-10-04 11:10:09 Author: Source: New Fastweb Views: comment:

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If you think that September, the first month of spring in Australia, is as hot as summer, many people have the same idea as you. September of this year is the hottest spring month on record. The national temperature was 9 degrees higher than the average temperature.


Not only that, the difference between the normal temperature in September and the temperature recorded by the Meteorological Bureau this year reached the maximum, and it exceeded any month.


In fact, Australians have been experiencing the effects of extreme heat this year. In addition to the hottest September, there is also the hottest January, the hottest summer and the hottest day.


The Australian New Meteorological Council issued a report warning that the Australian weather is breaking all historical records. Committee Will Stephen said: “Australia will encounter extreme weather from time to time, but this time a series of records have been broken, which is really rare.” He said that Australia may break the record for the hottest year this year. The heat emitted from the interior of the Australian continent has been 10 degrees higher than the long-term average from October last year to September this year.


The Climate Commission said that since 1910, the average temperature across Australia has risen by 0.9 degrees. Although it does not look much different, a little increase in temperature will increase the possibility of extreme weather.


The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently concluded that the trend of global warming is contributing to the extreme intensity and frequency of heat waves.

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If you think that September, the first month of spring in Australia, is as hot as summer, many people have the same idea as you. September of this year is the hottest spring month on record. The national temperature was 9 degrees higher than the average temperature.


Not only that, the difference between the normal temperature in September and the temperature recorded by the Meteorological Bureau this year reached the maximum, and it exceeded any month.


In fact, Australians have been experiencing the effects of extreme heat this year. In addition to the hottest September, there is also the hottest January, the hottest summer and the hottest day.


The Australian New Meteorological Council issued a report warning that the Australian weather is breaking all historical records. Committee Will Stephen said: “Australia will encounter extreme weather from time to time, but this time a series of records have been broken, which is really rare.” He said that Australia may break the record for the hottest year this year. The heat emitted from the interior of the Australian continent has been 10 degrees higher than the long-term average from October last year to September this year.


The Climate Commission said that since 1910, the average temperature across Australia has risen by 0.9 degrees. Although it does not look much different, a little increase in temperature will increase the possibility of extreme weather.


The United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change recently concluded that the trend of global warming is contributing to the extreme intensity and frequency of heat waves.