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Topic: Extreme Heat

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Unwanted anniversary: 365 days of record-breaking ocean temperatures, Reef fading to ‘shadow state’ | Climate Council

  2024-03-13 (or before) in

The Great Barrier Reef is suffering a fifth mass bleaching event in nine years, following 365 straight days of record breaking global sea surface temperatures, and igniting fears climate change is pushing tropical coral reefs past a tipping point.

  Tagged under: Extreme Heat | Climate Data | Great Barrier Reef | Oceans | Tipping Points

Warmest February on record for England and Wales

  2024-03-11 (or before) in Met Office UK

England and Wales had their respective warmest Februarys on record according to provisional Met Office statistics in what was a mild and wet month for many.

  Tagged under: Extreme Heat | UK

'These are numbers are just — wow': This winter was warmest in Canadian records by a huge margin

  2024-03-10 (or before) by Kate Allen in Breaking News - Headlines & Top Stories | The Star

The average temperature for December, January and February was more than five degrees warmer than historic norms, preliminary figures show, an average all the more remarkable because it combines weather

  Tagged under: Extreme Heat | Canada

Festivals and events cancelled as autumn heatwave hits four states

  2024-03-09 (or before) in SBS | TV, Radio, On Demand, News, Sport, Food, Movies

  Tagged under: Extreme Heat | Australia | Climate Change Impacts

More climate records fall in world's warmest February

  2024-03-07 in The BBC

It's the ninth month of global temperature records in a row, driven by climate change and El Niño.

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Extreme Heat | Climate Data

Hot Streak: Why February 2024 Was The 9th Consecutive Hottest Month On Record

  2024-03-07 by in Forbes

Earth just experienced the hottest February since records began—and researchers warn it's all part of a pattern caused by human activity.

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Extreme Heat | El Niño

Ocean temperatures reach their hottest in modern history

  2024-03-07 by in The Times & The Sunday Times

Climate scientists fear further warming to come, putting fish, dolphins and coral reefs in danger

  Tagged under: Fish | Extreme Heat | Sealife | Oceans

The Oceans We Knew Are Already Gone

  2024-03-07 by in The Atlantic

As far as humanity is concerned, the transformation of our seas is “effectively permanent.”

  Tagged under: Extreme Heat | Climate Change Impacts | Oceans | Sea Level

Financial toll of climate crisis hitting women harder, UN says

  2024-03-05 in The Guardian

Rural households led by women lose about 8% more income to heat stress than male-led families, data shows

  Tagged under: Extreme Heat | Economics | Climate Change Impacts | Women and Children

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef suffers ‘extensive’ coral bleaching, as scientists fear seventh mass bleaching event | CNN

  2024-02-29 by in CNN

The southern Great Barrier Reef is suffering from extensive coral bleaching due to heat stress, the reef’s managers said Wednesday, raising fears that a seventh mass bleaching event could be unfolding across the vast, ecologically important site.

  Tagged under: Climate Change Impacts | Extreme Heat | Coral Reefs | Great Barrier Reef | Australia

Dallas-Fort Worth to break February day heat record Monday | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

  2024-02-26 in Fort Worth Star Telegram

In 1917, North Texas saw its hottest Feb. 26 with a high of 90 degrees. The weather forecast for the day calls for highs in the low 90s.

  Tagged under: Texas | Climate Change | Extreme Heat

Weather tracker: Flash flooding in Oman and record temperatures in Western Australia

  2024-02-16 in The Guardian

Four people died after heavy rain in the Middle Eastern country, which is one of the driest in the world

  Tagged under: Extreme Heat | Extreme Rainfall | Extreme Weather | Middle East

Hottest 12 months in 125,000 years - how extreme weather broke more records in 2023

  2023-12-04 in Sky News

Severe conditions brought turmoil across the world, impacting small towns and major cities, as storms, heatwaves, floods, and droughts claimed many lives and destroyed communities.

  Tagged under: Climate Data | Extreme Heat | Climate Change

State of the climate: Global temperatures throughout mid-2023 shatter records - Carbon Brief

  2023-10-23 by in Carbon Brief

The first three quarters of 2023 has seen exceptional heat globally, putting 2023 on track to be the warmest year since records began in the mid-1800s.

  Tagged under: Extreme Heat | Climate Change | Climate Data

Global Temperature rise - September 2023 and beyond

  2023-10-14 (or before) in Arctic News

Temperature rise - September 2023 and beyond

  Tagged under: Climate Change | Extreme Heat | Climate Data

Climate-driven extreme heat may make parts of Earth too hot for humans

  2023-10-10 (or before) in EurekAlert! Science News Releases

  Tagged under: Collapse | Extreme Heat | Climate Change Impacts

The summer ahead

  2023-09-01 in The Monthly - Australia

The climate disasters unfolding in the northern hemisphere are a sign of what’s in store here, as governments fail to act on the unfolding emergency

  Tagged under: Extreme Heat | Climate Change | Australia

CDP: Extreme heat is worst climate hazard for world's cities

  2023-08-24 in Business Green

Non-profit reveals extreme heat it the most widely reported climate hazard among global cities

  Tagged under: Africa | Extreme Heat

US weather agency warns of deadly heat in the US

  2023-07-02 (or before) in

Nate Bear published a post on Ko-fi

  Tagged under: Wet Bulb Temperature | Extreme Heat | Health

Texas joins other parts of the globe in feeling the extreme heat

  2023-06-16 in Axios

  Tagged under: Texas | Extreme Heat

Extreme Temperatures Around the World

  2023-06-05 (or before) in

coldest hottest places on the earth,extreme heat,extreme cold,severe weather,weather alert

  Tagged under: Extreme Heat | Climate Data

Global risk of deadly heat - Nature Climate Change

  2017-06-19 in Nature

Climatic conditions that challenge human thermoregulatory capacity currently affect around a quarter of the world’s population annually. Such conditions are projected to increase in line with CO2 emissions particularly in the humid tropics.

  Tagged under: Climate Change Impacts | Extreme Heat | Climate Change

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