Unusual weather is spoiling Norwegians who are used to much lower summer temperat ures . Moreover, unusually high temperatures for t his northern country may become normal.
Climate research ers are anxious about quite a regular occurrence of Euro pean heatwaves this summer. A few records for hot weather have been already set. For now, 34 degrees has been recorded as a highest temperature, which is 4 degrees higher than a warmest day last year.
The l ong-term average temperature has increased between 2-4 degrees to that of the average . However, climate researc hers warn that it can become even hotter in Norway. This prediction is based on global warming and the world’s incapability to take proper actions...