… when it comes to communication, “the weather still has one big advantage over every other argument about the urgency of climate change: We experience the weather. We see it and feel it.”
Maximum temperatures are above 45°C at most places over Rajasthan; at many places West Madhya Pradesh and Haryana, Chandigarh & Delhi; at some places over East Madhya Pradesh and isolated places over Uttar Pradesh. Highest max. temp. : 48.5°C at Ganganagar ( West Rajasthan). pic.twitter.com/Iw06SYwyYp
— India Met. Dept. (@Indiametdept) June 9, 2019
The big difference between the heatwaves of 1976 and 2018.
June 1976: the UK was one of the warmest places relative to normal across the globe, with most areas cooler than average.
June 2018: the UK was just another warm blob in a mostly warmer than normal world.#GlobalHeatwave. pic.twitter.com/eIsj7glEiE
— Simon Lee (@SimonLeeWx) July 22, 2018