(ANSA) – LONDON, JUL 19 – Another record temperature was recorded on the hottest day for the UK: 40.3 degrees in Coningsby, Lincolnshire, eastern England. This was announced by the Met Office, according to which in about thirty detection points in England, peaks never seen before have been reached.
The historic heat wave has hit the British population: hundreds of calls to ambulances due to illness due to high temperatures, in addition to the fires that have broken out in the country, particularly in London, which the firefighters are trying to contain, and to the many trains canceled due to the risk of deformation of the tracks.
This extraordinary situation could become more and more the norm according to Professor Stephen Belcher, one of the managers of the Met Office: in Great Britain there could be extreme temperatures every three years if the emissions responsible for global warming are not reduced. (HANDLE).
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