Last year’s North East Monsoon still proves to be an unforgettable nightmare for people living by the east coast. It crippled the lives of people living in and around Chennai, but that’s not all. We may face yet another disastrous spell of rains this monsoon! Let’s analyse the unlikely climate change that affects our globe.
There have been scorching temperatures this month in most parts of the world and the ocean has pushed Earth to its most sultry period in written history so far. July 2016 was not just the hottest July on record; it was likewise the sultriest month since the beginning of time.
Information from NASA and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) uncovered that the Earth's temperature has hit its most astounding point in 136 years of record-continuing mid July.
NASA's figures, which consolidate ocean surface temperature and air temperature ashore, likewise indicate July was the tenth month in succession to break the month to month temperature record. It was the fifteenth straight month of recording-softening temperatures according to NOAA's investigation.
The initial six months of 2016 were the most sweltering ever known and this guide of worldwide hotspots appears that there is, for all intents and purposes, no place to escape rising temperatures.
The guide distributed by the NOAA's National Centres for Environment Information, says subtle elements record temperature spikes over the globe. The dark red bunches show parts of Europe, Africa, Latin America and South-East Asia have all accomplished unsurpassed high temperatures amongst January and June 2016.
Indeed, even where records have not been broken, huge parts of the Earth's surface were much hotter than normal in the principal half of 2016
The map that has graphical values, likewise demonstrates that unlimited spreads of the Earth's seas are hotter than they have ever been. The warm waters of the ocean that brought about the 2016 El Nino climate marvel can be unmistakably found in the North East Pacific. All of the Indian Ocean is at a record high. The following North East Monsoon season from Bay of Bengal is prone to pack a more noteworthy punch as hotter waters make more exceptional and intense Storms.
It is high time now, that we all be prepared to face a highly possible disastrous North East monsoon season and reduce the fatality unlike last year’s monsoon.