Scorching heatwaves have hit most of Europe, Africa, and Asia in June and July. The heat and dry air are fueling wildfires across the Eastern Hemisphere of the globe.

In the figure below it is obvious that heating is happening all across the upper portion of the three continents on the eastern portion of the globe. The map shows the temperatures across most of the Eastern hemisphere on July 13, 2022. This is a combined representation of observations locally and atmospherically with the Goddard Earth Observing System (GEOS) global model. The GEOS uses mathematical equations to represent physical processes in the atmosphere.

GEOS Model and Observations
Red is temperatures over 104 Degrees Fahrenheit
Dark Red and Black are extreme weather conditions like fire

Steven Pawson, the chief of the Global Modeling and Assimilation Office at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center has reported, that while there is a clear pattern of an “atmospheric wave”, which alternates warm (redder) and cool (bluer) values in different locations. There is an enormous area of extreme (and record-breaking) heat, which is another clear indicator that emissions from greenhouse gases fueled by human activity are causing weather extremes that directly impact living conditions.

Here is the full article from NASA

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