Shanghai is furious! May temperature “The highest peak” in the last 100 years

Shanghai is furious! – AFP reported on May 29 that the Eastern Meteorological Center is China It was reported through the Weibo account that at 13:09 local time the Sijiahui Weather Station measured a temperature of 36.1 degrees Celsius.

Breaking the record for the highest May temperature in Shanghai in 100 years, and the same afternoon, the temperature still rose to 36.7 degrees Celsius, for the previous record previously measured at 35.7 degrees Celsius and recorded four times, in 1876, 1903. 1915 and 2018

นาวาร้านแต้ว! – Shanghai residents are swelling as China’s largest city recorded its hottest May day in 100 years at 36.1 degrees Celsius. “At 13:09, the temperature at Xujiahui station hit 36.1 degrees Celsius (97 degrees Fahrenheit), breaking a 100-year-old record for the highest temperature in May,” read a post on the service’s official Weibo account, referring to a metro station in the center of China’s largest city. STR / AFP

Meanwhile, the United Nations (UN) has warned that 2023-2027 will be the five warmest years on record. Due to the amount of greenhouse gases combined with the El Niño phenomenon, the temperature is rising.

The World Meteorological Organization says there is a two-thirds chance that the world will, at least once in the next five years, face temperatures higher than the targets of the Paris Agreement. Agreement under the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change 2020

The temperature at the busy station climbed even higher to 36.7C later in the afternoon, the meteorological service said. That put it a full degree above the old record, 35.7C, which has been recorded four times previously, in 1876, 1903, 1915 and 2018, according to the service. STR

Shanghai is furious!

นาวาร้านแต้ว! – In May, the United Nations warned that 2023-2027 is almost certain to be the warmest five-year period on record, as greenhouse gases and El Nino combine to send temperatures soaring. There is a two-thirds chance that at least one of the next five years will see global temperatures rise above the more ambitious target set in the Paris accords on limiting climate change, the World Meteorological Organization has said. United Nations (WMO). REUTERS

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