Europe will witness the hottest summer ever in 2021 due to climate change

A new report from the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) is (1°C) lower than the average in the previous three decades.

MILF for what the British newspaper “Daily Mail” reported, as temperatures were smashed in Italy and Spain.

This includes an unprecedented 119.8 degrees Fahrenheit (48.8 degrees Fahrenheit), the prolonged high temperatures causing wildfires, such as those seen in Siberia, Greece and Turkey last year.

The area burned during July and August in the Mediterranean region exceeded 800,000 hectares (nearly 2 million acres).

That, experts say, also raised the possibility of heavy rains from rainfall in Belgium and Germany last July.

Temperatures are above average in the summer months.

Wind speeds are in parts of parts of western and central Europe, the Copernicus Climate Change Service said.

This led to a lower rate of growth in electricity generation.

“The year 2021 was an extreme year including the hottest summers in Europe, heat waves in the Mediterranean, and floods and droughts in Western Europe,” C3S Director Carlo Bontempo said in a statement.

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