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Global warming speeds up frequency of hot weather and rainfall

Universidad Complutense de Madrid and Geoscience Institute found out that global warming is causing record temperatures and rainfall around our globe. They have found out that the record temperature is eight times higher than what it would have been without global warming.

The study also found that tropical regions are facing the largest increases of extreme weather.

In order to prove their statement, the researchers analysed average monthly temperatures and daily rainfall of various countries across the globe. Then they have determined the historical frequency of temperature and rainfall at global and regional levels.

The researchers then compared the data with the data of what could have been the result if there was no climate change.

The researchers confirmed that in recent decades heat and rainfall become unprecedented and their frequency has increased with global warming.  


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