About this reports MSN with reference to data from the EU Climate Change Service Copernicus.
They noted that the temperature in Europe was “the highest in the entire history of observations both for August and for the summer (June-August) as a whole.”
In particular, the average temperature from June to August 2022 was 1.34 °C above the historical average for the 30-year period from 1991 to 2020, while August, the hottest month of the summer, exceeded the 1991- 2020 by 1.72 °C.
Although the satellite data spans only a few decades, a Copernicus spokeswoman said the service was confident that 2022 was Europe’s hottest summer since 1880, the early stages of the industrial era.
- We will remind, during the summer in Spain, more than 4,600 people died from the heat
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