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Study: 'Great Britain's temperature record impossible without climate change'

Study: ‘Great Britain’s temperature record impossible without climate change’

Britain’s summer heat has pushed the country’s record temperature up from 38.7 degrees to 40 degrees. in the study Attribution of global weather, a group of researchers from different countries has studied the possible links between heat and climate change.

The researchers concluded that global warming increased the likelihood of a heat wave like the one that occurred last week in England and Wales, by tenfold. They also reported that temperatures were 2-4 degrees higher than they would be without the impact of climate change.

The temperature that occurs “once every 500 years”

To conduct the study, the researchers compared temperatures in England and Wales to what the weather would have looked like historically and used climate models to simulate the world before global warming.

According to the analysis, heat waves in Europe have become more common in recent years. But according to the researchers, the heat in Great Britain was unusual even by current climate standards. As hot as it was at three London weather stations, it’s once every 500 years, according to their calculations.

The analysis of the effects of the heat wave has not yet been completed. But according to the researchers, 840 more people are expected to die than would have happened without the heat.

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