Snow in Australia, historically hot in Vietnam! Global warming has reached alarming proportions
Global warming continues to be effective all over the world. As it snowed in Australia due to the climate crisis, the record for the highest temperature in Vietnam history was broken.
As it snowed in Australia due to the climate crisis, the record for the highest temperature in Vietnam history was broken. It is battling massive wildfires in Canada and Russia. Here are the global warming landscapes from different parts of the world.
In the southeast of Australia, located in the southern hemisphere, thermometers showed sub-zero and snowfall began.
There were similar demonstrations in the state of New South Wales. Sometimes hail accompanied the snowfall in the dormitory.
HISTORICAL TEMPERATURE IN VIETNAM
Another extreme weather report from Vietnam. Thermometers in the country rose above 44 degrees and the air temperature was measured as 44.1 degrees Celsius.
This was recorded as the highest temperature ever measured in Vietnam. Experts say this high temperature in Vietnam is worrying.
Temperature records are expected to continue to be broken. The previous temperature record in Vietnam was 43.4 degrees.
FOREST FIRES IN RUSSIA
Forest fires continue in southwestern Russia. It was reported that some fires that were effective in Kurgan, Tyumen and Sverdlovsk regions were brought under control.
Russian authorities announced that 6 of 9 fires are under control for now.
State of Emergency in CANADA
Forest fires in the province of Alberta, located in western Canada, spread to 108 points, while the number of people evacuated from their homes increased to 29 thousand.
In a statement made by the authorities from the province of Alberta, it was stated that the fires, which started on May 6, spread to the neighboring British Columbia region and spread to 108 points, thus increasing the number of people evacuated to 29 thousand.
In the statement, which was reported that the flames are expected to spread due to strong winds in British Columbia, the people living in the vicinity of the fires that could not be controlled in the region were called to evacuate their homes.
Colin Blair, director of the Alberta Emergency Management Agency, said that due to harsh conditions, net damage reports are not yet complete, but preliminary estimates show that multiple buildings have been damaged in the town of Fox Lake, including 20 homes, a police station and a shop.