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Temperatures in the UK can rise to 40 ° C even if global warming is limited to 1.5 ° C, scientists warn

The past few decades have been warmer, wetter and sunnier in the UK than the last century, with the last year being the third warmest on record, a report by climate scientists said Thursday. The report points out how the UK’s climate is already changing as experts warn that extreme weather events such as floods, heat waves and droughts will increase around the world due to the effects of global warming. “Average temperatures for the UK continue to rise, almost warming when you compare the past 30 years to the previous 30 years,” said Mike Kenson, lead author and chief climate scientist at the Met Office.

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