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Can "GLOBAL Warming" Become "Global COOLING"?

Updated: Jun 21, 2023

In recent years, extreme temperatures have been pushing us further and further away from our usual climatic conditions. In May 2023, temperature anomalies swept the regions of South and East Asia.

MAY 2023

☁️ INDIA: According to the Meteorological Department of India, DELHI recorded its coldest May in 36 years. While heat waves, which are usually very common this month, affected only some parts of the capital for a short period of time.

💦 In addition to the unusual temperatures, the city received a record 111 mm of rainfall, which is considerably higher than the long term average for the same period. Local people state that such weather conditions had not previously been observed in May.

Learn more about the temperature anomalies of May 2023 in our new issue.

MAY 2023

☀️ CHINA: The last month of spring also brought unpleasant surprises to residents of many regions of the country. This period is usually cloudy and rainy in the southern regions and dry and sunny in the northern regions. But now it is the opposite. And this weather situation is called "extremely abnormal".

Thus, in more than 60 cities and counties in the southern province of Guangdong local records of the highest temperature in the history of May were broken.

⚠️ The combination of extremely low precipitation and high temperatures by late spring contributed to the fact that a large area of the south of the country was in a zone of high and extreme drought.

MARCH – MAY 2023

☀️ JAPAN: While in Japan last spring was the warmest since the beginning of climate statistics in the country.

According to the Japan Meteorological Agency the average temperature from March to May was by more than 1.5 (one and a half) degrees Celsius higher than the average for the same three-month period over the past 30 years.

MAY 2023

☁️ AUSTRALIA: The Southern Hemisphere was not spared from extreme temperatures either. Unusually cold weather hits Australia in May; more than 100 weather stations reported record lows. Local media wrote that "climate has seen significant changes in its patterns” . Northern regions, including tropical Queensland, experienced unusual frosts, and the southeast experienced several snowfalls. Monthly average temperatures were below the long-term average across most of the country. May was the coldest in 29 years in Brisbane and 53 years in Sydney. Nights were particularly cold. In some places, minimum temperatures fell 5-10 °C below average. 📍 How do the abnormally cold weather fit in with the theory of "global warming"? Should they be considered just a "climate surprise"?

According to the Australian National University (ANU), the number of annual frosty days has increased in some parts of the country. The east coast has an earlier start and a later end to the frosty period. Frost damage costs the Australian grain industry at least $400 million annually.

But it's not just about the material damage. Farmers, investors and all people need reliable information about climate change because our lives and the future of the planet depend on it.

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