Series of unseasonal weather phenomena in the world

Summer snowfall, hot weather in winter are phenomena that appear in many different places around the world in recent years.

Godzilla dust storm: Areas of the Caribbean and the US were covered in a giant cloud of dust from the African desert across the Atlantic in June. The lighthouse in Havana, Cuba was shrouded in a dusty storm roll at sunrise. This is the largest and densest dust storm in the past half century.

Lightning strikes in India: In June, the annual monsoon season of India has appeared deadly lightning and torrential rain. Weather has killed at least 107 people in northern and eastern India. Bihar officials say this is the highest case of daily deaths from lightning strikes the state has recorded in recent years.

Record high temperatures and wildfires: Many parts of the Arctic have experienced a long heatwave. High temperatures cause intense wildfires in Siberia. Not only does the Arctic feel hot, but 2020 is recorded as one of the 3 hottest years in the world.

Winter heat: A cool weather area, Norway experiences an unprecedented period of high temperatures in winter 2020. In the village of Sunndalsora in western Norway, earlier this year, temperatures on warm days especially 19 degrees Celsius. The local mayor said she even went swimming in the ocean.

Heat waves in Antarctica: The coldest place on Earth experiences unprecedented high temperatures. According to NASA’s Earth Observatory, the temperature is at times comparable to that in Los Angeles, California, USA. On February 6, the weather stations recorded the hottest temperature on the continental Antarctic peninsula at 18.3 degrees Celsius. Warming weather has caused melting on nearby glaciers.

Summer snowfall: Sierra Nevada, California, USA, hits record snowfall in spring 2019. Everyone is allowed to ski during the summer on Independence Day (July 4th) on the slopes of the Mammoth resort. Lakes.

Storm: In September, Hurricane Ianos swept across Greece. This is no ordinary storm. Rarely does a Mediterranean storm flood streets, collapse power lines and cause death. Karditsa, north of Athens, is one of the most affected areas. The storm that passed through here had winds of 120 km / h. Much of the city is submerged in water.

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