In northwestern Europe which is known for its pleasant climate change is reportedly experienced a spike in rising temperatures. Especially in the UK, which is said to have experienced the hottest day of the weather. Exceeding 37.8C recorded in the London Heathrow airport. Which is said to be the highest temperature recorded ever happened in the UK. Normally the UK has moderate climatic changes, which stays somewhere around 14.C and the lowest 6.C. The sudden rise of temperature recorded on Friday has raised many concerns and questions. Whether it be the irregularities in the ozone layer or the hot humidity in the air. Does this mean something good to the people living in the UK? or is it a matter to be concerned about? Read on more to know more about the sudden temperature rising and how people are affected by it.
The climate always stays moderate in Uk with constant rainfall and cloudy weather. People are overjoyed by it and been spending time on beaches. Which is a rare occurrence in the capital of London, and cops have urged citizens to use cordons on Bournemouth beach! To avoid repeating the incidents which took place in late June. Chaos erupted after thousand flocked to enjoy the sunshine at it’s hottest.
While enjoying the sun and hanging out ina beach is a tempting thought. It’s not all roses and sunshine, as this phenomenon also triggers gusty winds. Frequent lightning strikes and hail can cause damage to the buildings and inflict greater damage. If one’s not careful about it. The MET office clarified that although the chances of rainfall are scarce. Some places are most likely prone to heavy rainfall, receiving much as 15 to 20mm rain in less than an hour.