Ocean temperatures off the coast of South America rose roughly 6 degrees Celsius (10.8 Fahrenheit) warmer than usual in April. 🌡️ 🌊 This map shows sea surface temperature anomaly data from @nasa , @noaa and other satellites and ship and buoy measurements on April 4, 2023.
Maximum #temperatures to rise by 3-5 degrees Celsius across the country next week: IMD #WeatherForecast
The maximum temperature is expected to gradually rise by 2-4 degrees Celsius over most parts of northwest, west, central, and east India during the next five days, the IMD said By: Pritha Mallick
The Thai Meteorological Department has forecast that Krabi will be the hottest place in the nation on Sunday, with its heat index hitting 54.2ᵒ Celsius. Read more: #ThailandNews #heatindex #Bangkok #hotweather
For every 1 degree Celsius increase in average global temperature, there could be 95 more home runs across a season of baseball.
Thailand’s heat index – a measure of temperature and humidity – will soar as high as 45.8 degrees Celsius (114.44 Fahrenheit) on Wednesday, according to the Thai Meteorological Department (TMD). Read more: SIXADCyldt#ThailandNews #heatstroke
Bankrupt #crypto companies 2022-2023: • Three Arrows Capital • Celsius Network • Terraform Labs • Voyager Digital • Core Scientific • Babel Finance • Hodlnaut • Genesis • BlockFI • Zipmex • FTX
Gary Gensler blew it again. After his agency failed to warn investors about Terra and Celsius—whose collapses this spring sparked a trillion-dollar investor wipeout—the SEC chair allowed an even bigger debacle to unfold right under his nose.
🌡️ For the first time ever, 40 Celsius has provisionally been exceeded in the UK London Heathrow reported a temperature of 40.2°C at 12:50 today 📈 Temperatures are still climbing in many places, so remember to stay #WeatherAware ⚠️ #heatwave #heatwave20222022
On July 13, 2022, Earth satellites captured temperatures rising above 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit) due to extreme, record-breaking heatwaves across much of Europe, Africa, and Asia:
In summer 2022, heatwaves around the world felled records and fueled wildfires as temperatures climbed above 40 degrees Celsius (104 degrees Fahrenheit).
#WATCH | 55-year-old ITBP Commandant Ratan Singh Sonal completes 65 push-ups at one go at 17,500 feet at -30 degrees Celsius temperature in Ladakh. (Source: ITBP)
Snails burned in their shells from the heat. Lemons and oranges scorched by the sun nearly melted on the trees. Temperatures in one Sicilian town hit 51 Celsius, or nearly 124 Fahrenheit, this week, possibly the highest ever recorded in Europe.