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BREAKING CHINA: RED ALERT: Issued for ‘ #TyphoonMuifa with Strongest Tropical Cyclone

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#AceWeatherDesk – Powerful gales and torrential rain has battered eastern China as #TyphoonMuifa made landfall in what local media called the strongest tropical cyclone to hit the populous Yangtze River Delta in a decade.

Muifa landed around 8:30pm (local time) in Zhoushan as a strong typhoon, the second-highest in China’s tropical cyclone classification system, with the maximum wind speed near its centre reaching 42 metres per second, according to state weather forecasters.

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Muifa is expected to make landfall along coastal cities in Zhejiang province on Wednesday evening.(Reuters: Aly Song)none

That’s equal to 151 kilometres per hour, powerful enough to damage homes, topple trees and down power lines.

Muifa is expected to spin across Hangzhou Bay to make its second landfall around midnight near Shanghai, before continuing its northerly track to the provinces of Jiangsu and Shandong, state weather forecasters said.

Earlier on Wednesday, China raised its highest tropical cyclone alert as Muifa approached the Yangtze River Delta, a dense cluster of big cities with a total population of more than 230 million people.

The Yangtze Delta is also China’s most prosperous region, with Shanghai the nation’s financial and commercial capital and neighbouring cities important centres of industry.

The Ningbo-Zhoushan port and port of Shanghai are among the busiest in the world by cargo tonnage handled.

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Vessels in Zhejiang moored at a port ahead of Typhoon Muifa’s approach.(Reuters: China Daily)none

Flights at Zhoushan and Ningbo airports, in the coastal province of Zhejiang, were cancelled, while the ship bunkering hub shared by both cities suspended discharging and loading oil as tankers took shelter at anchorages.

All flights at Shanghai’s busy Pudong and Hongqiao airports were cancelled as a precaution.

The megacity of 25 million people took safety measures a step further by limiting speeds for ground elevated trains, or even closing stations, and warned of train delays to ensure safety in affected areas while keeping other sections operating.

Shanghai’s numerous outdoor COVID-19 testing sites were also shut, in a rare disruption to an entrenched testing regime since a citywide lockdown was lifted in June.

Zhejiang authorities issued a “red warning” for flash floods in several areas, the highest warning level in China’s four-tier typhoon warning system.

More than 1.14 million people in Zhejiang had been relocated ahead of the storm, according to local media.

Muifa was the strongest typhoon in the Yangtze River Delta in a decade.

Meteorologists said it was caused by this year’s unusually hot weather and high temperatures in the East China Sea, Chinese financial magazine Caixin reported.

In 2012, Typhoon Damrey made landfall in Jiangsu province north of the Yangtze River, the strongest tropical cyclone to batter the Yangtze River Delta since 1949, killing dozens, destroying tens of thousands of homes and causing billions of yuan in direct economic losses.

Reuters

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FEATURED AUSTRALIA WEATHER REPORT: BOM Declares La Niña Increasing Flood Risk for Third Year in a Row – Heres what to do ?

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#AceWeatherDesk – After months of speculation it is finally Bureau of Meteorology official: we are in the third La Niña in row: So why does this climate driver bring so much rain and what should we expect this summer?

During a La Niña, the atmospheric circulation across the tropical Pacific is set up so that warm waters to Australia’s north-east and strong trade winds pump moisture into the atmosphere along Australia’s east coast.

When the right systems come along they can then tap into that moisture, bringing about heavy rains and flooding. 

It is something those in eastern Australia have been all too familiar with over the last two soaking La Niña summers. 

“The problem with a triple La Niña is that the ground is very wet already, our rivers are quite high, our creeks are full and our dams are quite full,” according to Dr Margaret Cook, environmental historian and lecturer at the University of the Sunshine Coast and researcher at Griffith University. 

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With the ground already so soggy, it won’t take much before waters rise again this season.(ABC News: Jessica Moran)none

“So we have less capacity to absorb this enormous amount of rain.”

It does not necessarily follow that this summer will definitely bring biblical floods.

But it doesn’t rule out floods this summer. 

What should we expect this summer?

Having two La Niñas in a row is pretty common, but three is far more unusual. 

Depending on the criteria you use, there have only been two or three previous triple La Niñas since the modern records began in 1900.

It doesn’t give us a huge amount of historical precedent to call upon. 

But according to Zoe Gillett, climate scientist at the University of New South Wales and ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate Extremes, this round is already bucking the trends.

“When we have an El Niño it tends to trigger La Niña events,” she said.

All of the previous triple La Niña events had an El Niño the year before. The ENSO index based on the sea surface temperature variations in Pacific Ocean. Shaded blue regions show past La Niña events.(Supplied: Climate Extremes ARC centre of excellence, ENSO index via NOAA)none

“But this particular event is a bit different because it wasn’t preceded by an El Niño in the previous summer,” she said.

“It’s a bit intriguing, something we will be trying to understand in the coming years.”

How weak or strong the years within the triple La Niñas have been is also variable. 

“I had a bit of a look at the numbers and in 1954 to 1957, and in the 1998 to 2001 events, the third La Niña was the weakest of the three events,” Dr Gillett said. 

“But for the 1973 to 1976 event, the second La Niña was the weakest.

“These past events [therefore] don’t provide us with much guidance about what we can expect for this possible third consecutive La Nina.”

The fall out from the past triple-dips is also inconsistent. 

According to Dr Cook, the 1950s event brought enormous flooding in Queensland and northern New South Wales. 

Then the infamous 1973 to 1976 triple-dip was phenomenally wet. Brisbane’s CBD was inundated in late January 1974 during the 1970s triple La Niña.(Supplied: Royal Historical Society of Queensland)none

“1974 was the wettest year we have had on record so far throughout Australia and 1973 and 1975 were in the top five,” she said.

But Dr Cook said the 1990s triple La Niña wasn’t as wet.

“There was a lot of rain but we didn’t have extraordinary floods,” she said. 

“Even when you get a triple La Niña, they are unpredictable.” 

How is the season shaping up? 

“In our part of the world, in south-east Queensland, it still feels damp. We’ve still got mould, we’ve still got drying mud around the place,” Dr Cook said.

“It has sort of got that feel of: maybe something might happen.” The last two years have been decidedly soggy for much of the country.(Supplied: Bureau of Meteorology)none

How long this La Niña is likely to hang around is another good question at the moment. 

“We know that La Niñas and also El Niños tend to die off in autumn,” Dr Gillett said.

“The current forecasts suggest that La Niña will persist until at least the end of the year.” Sea surface temperatures in the eastern Pacific are only suggesting borderline La Niña levels in the coming months. (Bureau of Meteorology)none

Usually the worst floods come late summer after the ground has gone thorough a few rounds of rain.

But with catchments already sodden, it wont take much for the creeks and rivers to rise again this summer and La Niña is not the only driver out there pushing us towards rain. 

We are currently in the positive phase of the Southern Annular Mode and negative phases of the Indian Ocean Dipole.Multiple climate drivers are combining to pump moisture onto the continent at the moment.(ABC News)none

“All these phases, negative Indian Ocean Dipole, positive Southern Annular Mode and La Niña, all tend to promote increased rainfall across parts of Australia in various seasons,” Dr Gillett said. 

“That’s what we’re seeing in this upcoming period.”

Just how big those floods will or could be is another story.

“We can always get floods that are worse than the last one but we can’t predict that either,” Dr Cook said.The latest outlook from the Bureau looks less wet than the last but still indicates above average rainfall for the east coast.(Supplied: Bureau of Meteorology)none

What can we do to prepare? 

“My main concern is that actually we are all really tired,” Dr Cook said.

“We’ve got flood fatigue. We are all a bit over these floods and rain.” 

With the lingering mould and mud, many will not want to face the coming summer, but Dr Cook is optimistic the La Niña will spur people into action.

“We’ve got lots of warning so let’s think about what’s important to us and maybe start making some plans,” she said.

“Have our valuables ready to go, our pets at the ready and know where we can go when the rains do set in.” 

ABC Emergency has a wealth of information on what you should do to get ready if the worst happens.

Prepare your home:

  • Obtain a copy of your local council’s flood plan, which should show the location of problem areas, evacuation routes and relief centres.
  • Work out what the safest route to leave your property would be, and if you could be cut off by floodwaters.
  • Sandbags can help to protect your home when used correctly. The SES or your local council is the best place to start.
  • Know the kind of flooding your area is prone to. You might get advance warning if a river is rising, however flash flooding after heavy rainfall can happen within hours or minutes when runoff or drainage can’t disperse the water.
  • If a flood is likely, tune in to your local ABC Radio station and keep listening for advice and warnings. You can find your local station on the ABC Radio frequency finder as well as listen online or via the ABC listen app.

The climate drivers are aligning to encourage rain for much of the country this summer.(Supplied: Matt Grbin)none

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FEATURED: COPERNICUS #CLIMATECHANGE SERVICE REPORT: Confirms that Europe’s warm summer shatters records with August hottest ever

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#GlobalWarming & #ClimateChange News Desk – A series of extreme heatwaves and a long running drought saw June, July and August shatter the previous high mark for temperature: The Copernicus Climate Change Service said the data showed August in Europe was the warmest on record by “a substantial margin.”

By Matt McGrath
Environment correspondent

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Globally, the researchers say August was the third warmest yet recorded.

It will come as no surprise to anyone who experienced this summer’s intense heat across the continent that the temperature record across Europe has been broken by a large margin. 

According to data from Copernicus, this year saw a new record for both the summer as a whole and for the month of August. 

The summer was 0.4C warmer than the previous record, only set last year.

August was a whopping 0.8C warmer than the same month in 2018.

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Fires were common in many places including here in Portugal

“An intense series of heatwaves across Europe paired with unusually dry conditions, have led to a summer of extremes with records in terms of temperature, drought and fire activity in many parts of Europe, affecting society and nature in various ways,” said Freja Vamborg, a senior scientist with the Copernicus Climate Change Service.

“The data shows that we’ve not only had record August temperatures for Europe but also for summer, with the previous summer record only being one year old.”

In the UK, temperatures reached a new high of 40.3C, recorded in Coningsby in Lincolnshire on July 19. It was a significant leap over the previous record of 38.7C set in 2019.

These extremes were also seen in many other countries with 64 different areas of France experiencing record highs, while temperatures in Portugal reached 47C in July.

Europe also experienced the worst drought conditions in 500 years. 

Around the globe the high temperatures in August persisted widely, with drought conditions also affecting China.

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Drought across Europe was the worst in 500 years

But it wasn’t a uniform picture – many areas had significant downpours resulting in flooding. 

As we’ve seen most recently in Pakistan, wetter than average conditions have triggered huge floods, leading to loss of life and property.

The satellite data also shows that it was wetter than average over most of Scandinavia and in parts of southern and south eastern Europe, where a “derecho” storm brought extreme winds and rain.

Climate scientists say that both extreme heat and wet conditions are to be expected in a warming climate where emissions of warming gases from human activities have driven up temperatures by over 1.1C at present. 

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FEATURED AUSTRALIA: International project scientists start resumes work on million-year ice core in Antarctic

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#GlobalWarming & #ClimateChange News Desk – Australian scientists will soon travel more than 1,200 kilometres over Antarctic ice to discover the secrets of atmospheric change.

Casey research station on Antactica.
Casey Station is the closest of three Australian permanent research stations in Antarctica.(Supplied: Australian Antarctic Division)none

Australia is part of an international project to drill deep into an ice core to sample air pockets trapped in ice and time.

The project was delayed two Antarctic seasons during the pandemic, with research bases unable to cooperate due to the risk of spreading COVID-19.

The Australian Antarctic Division’s chief scientist, Nicole Webster, told the ABC that the project was crucial for understanding climate change.

“We are ready and prepared to undertake the traverse out to Little Dome C – a 1,200-kilometre journey inland from Casey Station up to a plateau that’s about 3,200 metres in elevation,” Professor Webster told the ABC.

“We will be establishing the field camp and preparing the drill so that in subsequent seasons we can really make substantive progress on the 2.8 kilometres of ice that needs to be cored to reconstruct a million years of history.”

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The Vanderford Glacier near Casey station is slowly sliding into a warming Southern Ocean, contributing to rising sea levels.(ABC News: Henry Belot)none

Professor Webster spoke to the ABC from the inaugural Antarctic Science Symposium in Canberra, which is an effort to align policy and scientific goals.

About 800 tonnes of cargo have already travelled from Hobart to Antarctica to prepare for the drilling, which has been more than a decade in planning.

Icebreaker research vessel out of use

Professor Webster said broader science work has “been constrained” this season, due to the unavailability of the Nuyina research vessel and icebreaker.

The ship is currently in Singapore undergoing maintenance on the hydraulic control system and propulsion.

Two replacement vessels have been hired but do not have the same scientific research capabilities.

The Morrison government outlined a 10-year plan to boost Australia’s presence within the 42 per cent of the continent claimed by Australia, despite such claims being paused under an international treaty.A convoy of Haaglund tracked vehicles leaves Casey Station.(Foreign Correspondent: Richard Smith)none

Professor Webster told the ABC that was still an important consideration in Australian science and research.

“Most of our information about science comes from that conducted on a single ship, or our three stations, or our sub-Antarctic Macquarie Island Station,” Professor Webster said.

“But the Australian Antarctic territory spans 42 per cent of the continent, so that is a lot of area where we don’t have the detailed scientific observations that we need to understand how fast Antarctica is changing due to climate change.”

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BREAKING WEATHER REPORT: The hottest September day on Earth was just recorded in Death Valley

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#AceWeatherDesk – California’s brutal heat wave led to unthinkable temperatures in the desert valley.

You wouldn’t expect a place named Death Valley to be particularly pleasant, but it reached new levels this weekend. On Sept. 2, the desert valley in Eastern California reached temperatures of 127 degrees Fahrenheit, according to the National Park Service. That is believed to be the hottest temperature that has ever been recorded in Septemberanywhere on Earth.

If you think 127 degrees is hot, well, you’re right. But that was just the temperature in the air. According to the National Park Service, ground temperatures broke the 200-degree mark, reaching as high as 201 degrees Fahrenheit. That heat radiates back into the air, creating a bit of a feedback loop that makes the air even hotter. That’s more than hot enough to cook an egg on the ground if you wanted to, and nearly hot enough to melt your sneakers.

The scorcher of a day didn’t quite break the all-time record for the hottest temperature on Earth — that distinction belongs to a July day in 1913, where Death Valley saw temperatures of up to 134 degrees. But topping that record is still on the table. The heat has carried over through Labor Day weekend and into this week, and there is a chance to see temperatures in the 120s again.

The heat isn’t concentrated in Death Valley, either. The entire state of California is getting hounded by the heat. It’s so bad that Gov. Gavin Newsom has declared a state of emergency. More than 50 million peopleacross the West Coast are under a heat advisory, forcing people to rely on air conditioning and other cooling techniques to beat the heat — which is stressing out the electrical grid

As the planet continues to warm, don’t expect records like this one to hold for long — and remember that while there is a novelty in setting these new high temperatures, they are always part of a larger wave of weather that is affecting millions of people. 

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BREAKING: #TyphoonHinnamnor hits South Korea, cutting power to homes and turning roads into rivers

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#AceWeatherDesk – The most powerful typhoon to hit South Korea in years has battered its southern region, dumping a metre of rain, destroying roads and leaving 66,000 homes without electricity.

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Typhoon Hinnamnor makes landfall in South Korea.

#TyphoonHinnamnor grazed the resort island of Jeju and hit the mainland near the port city of Busan, before blowing into the sea between the Korean Peninsula and Japan with winds of up to 133 kph.

It was moving north-east on a track to affect eastern China later in the week.

South Korean officials put the nation on alert about potential damage from flooding, landslides and tidal waves unleashed by Hinnamnor just weeks after heavy rains caused flooding in the capital Seoul that killed at least 14 people. 

Prime Minister Han Duk-soo called for evacuations in areas vulnerable to flooding, saying Hinnamnor could end up being a “historically strong typhoon that we never experienced before”.

The storm has dumped more than 105 centimetres of rain in central Jeju since Sunday, where winds peaked at 155 kph.

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The typhoon packed winds of up to 155 kph.(AP: Kim Yong-tai/Yonhap)none

Southern and eastern mainland regions were also lashed with heavy rain, which knocked off signboards and roofing, toppled trees and electricity poles and turned roads into rivers.

In Pohang, a woman in her 70s died after being swept away in flash floods, while another woman in her 60s was found dead in a submerged basement parking lot where searches were ongoing for seven people.

Rescue workers had failed to respond to another man who called for help before he went missing, presumably swept by flash floods.Han Duk-soo called for evacuations in areas vulnerable to flooding.(AP: Kim Hyun-tai/Yonhap)none

In the neighbouring city of Gyeongju, a woman in her 80s died after her home was buried in a landslide.

In Ulsan, another southern city, a 25-year-old man was unaccounted for after falling into a rain-swollen stream, according to the Ministry of the Interior and Safety.

Fires were reported at a major steel plant operated by POSCO in Pohang, but it wasn’t immediately clear whether they were caused by the storm.66,000 homes were without electricity.(AP: Sohn Hyung-joo/Yonhap)none

The Safety Ministry said about 500 among 3,400 people who had been forced to evacuate returned home as of Tuesday afternoon.

At least five homes and buildings were flooded or destroyed, and scores of roads were damaged.

More than 600 schools were closed or converted to online classes.A woman died after being swept away in floodwaters.(AP: Kim Yong-tai/Yonhap)none

More than 250 flights and 70 ferry services were grounded while more than 66,000 fishing boats evacuated to ports.

On Tuesday workers managed to restore electricity to 30,006 of the 66,341 households that lost power.

A South Korean presidential official, who spoke on condition of anonymity during a background briefing, said officials were investigating the cause of the fires at POSCO’s Pohang plant.The typhoon was moving north-east, on track to affect eastern China.(AP: Sohn Hyung-joo/Yonhap)none

Lim Yoon-sook, an official from the North Gyeongsang province fire department, said the flames destroyed a building housing electrical equipment and were continuing to burn through a separate office building.

In North Korea, state media reported “all-out efforts” to minimise damage from flooding and landslides.

The Korean Central News Agency reported leader Kim Jong Un had issued unspecified “detailed tasks” to improve the country’s disaster response capacity, but it didn’t elaborate on the plans.

North Korea sustained serious damage from heavy rains and floods in 2020 that destroyed buildings, roads and crops, shocking the country’s already-crippled economy.

AP

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FEATURED U.K NEWS: A yellow weather warning for heavy rain and potential thunderstorms has been announced for Northern Ireland and parts of Scotland.

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#AceWeatherDesk – Homes at risk of flooding after yellow weather warning issued over heavy rain & homes could be flooded while rural communities are cut off by water as heavy rain is set to batter parts of the country this weekend according to MetroUK by Saturday 3 Sep 2022 1:15 pm

People in Scotland and Northern Ireland have been urged to prepare for potential flooding (Picture: Getty Images/Metro.co.uk)
People in Scotland and Northern Ireland have been urged to prepare for potential flooding (Picture: Getty Images/Metro.co.uk)

The Met Office warns of flowing floodwater causing a ‘danger to life’ and of road closures and train cancellations.

The yellow warning was extended this morning to include parts of central and western Scotland. 

It is likely to be in place for all of Saturday in Scotland, with 30 to 40mm of rain likely and a low risk of between 80 and 100mm falling.

A further warning, encompassing Fife, Tayside, the north-east of Scotland and parts of the northern Highlands, has been issued for Sunday, and is expected to be in effect from midnight to 3pm.

In Northern Ireland, a yellow warning for rain is in place until midnight on Saturday and between 2am and 11am on Sunday.

⚠️ Yellow weather warning issued ⚠️Heavy rain across parts of eastern and northern ScotlandSunday 0000 – 1500Latest info 👉 https://t.co/QwDLMfRBfsStay #WeatherAware⚠️ pic.twitter.com/tdC2rsJJ9W— Met Office (@metoffice) September 3, 2022

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Saturday’s yellow weather warning runs for the entire 24-hour period (Picture: Metro.co.uk)

The Met Office also warned ‘torrential’ downpours meant some flooding of homes and businesses was likely while the could also be disruption to power supplies and transport.

There is also the potential for thunderstorm activity and lightning strikes.

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) issued flood alerts for the whole of the country except the Western Isles and parts of the north-west Highlands ahead of the forecast heavy rain over the weekend.

Of the alert in place in west-central Scotland, Sepa said: ‘Periods of heavy rain on Saturday could cause flooding impacts from surface water and small watercourses. Particularly at risk are urban areas and the transport network.

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There is also the potential for thunderstorm activity and lightning strikes, the Met Office said (Picture: PA)
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Hazardous weather on Sunday should die down around 3pm (Picture: Metro.co.uk)

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‘Impacts may include flooding to low-lying land and roads, with difficult driving conditions. Isolated properties may also be at risk.

‘Due to the localised nature of the heaviest rain, impacts may be isolated, with not all locations being affected.’

The Republic of Ireland’s weather service, Met Eireann, issued an orange warning for intense rainfall up to 50mm expected on Sunday morning.

Squalls are likely for Carlow, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Longford, Offaly, Westmeath, Cavan, Donegal, Leitrim, Roscommon, Sligo and Waterford.

The orange warning was in place from 4am to 8am on Sunday, with a less severe yellow warning issued for much of the country overnight from Saturday.

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FEATURED NEW ZEALAND: Records warmest & wettest winter since 1909

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#AceWeatherDesk – New Zealand has experienced its warmest and wettest winter on record, with the season including widespread flooding on the South Island last month.

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Hundreds of homes on the South Island were evacuated last month due to flooding.(Reuters: Tatsiana Chypsanava, file)none

For the third year in a row, New Zealand experienced its warmest winter since temperature records began in 1909.

Researchers at the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research said the average temperature nationwide was 9.8 degrees Celsius, which was 1.4C warmer than average.

Institute scientist Nava Fedaeff said climate change was “strongly contributing to New Zealand’s temperature trend”.

For the first time, temperatures were more than 1.2C higher than average in all three winter months.

Of New Zealand’s 10 warmest winters on record, six have occurred since 2013.

This winter was also the wettest since rainfall records started in 1971.

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Wild weather battered New Zealand last month, especially on the South Island where widespread flooding led to hundreds of homes being temporarily evacuated.

A phenomenon from the tropics known as an atmospheric river of moisture was to blame for the downpours, which saw states of emergency declared in Nelson, Tasman, the West Coast, and Marlborough.

Ms Fedaeff said New Zealand’s wettest winter was the culmination of numerous extreme rainfall events “which affected almost every part of the country at some point”.

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BREAKING AFGHANISTAN: Floods destroy 25-schools & 12-religious institutions in Logar

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#AceBreakingNews – The buildings of 25 schools and 12 religious institutions (Madrasas) in the province of Logar have been completely or partially destroyed as a result of recent flooding in the province’s center and some of its districts, according to officials of Logar’s department of education according to TOLO News report

They say that around 12,000 students have been prevented from attending school as a result of the destruction of these schools.

“25 schools have been damaged by the floods, some of which have been destroyed and cannot be used,” said Mawlawi Janat Gul Aziz, the director of the education department of Logar.

The provincial department of education’s director asked the national and international aid agencies to help the department in reconstructing the province’s school buildings.

“We talked to the leadership of the ministry about this issue, and they promised that, God willing, they will help us in this case,” said Mawlawi Janat Gul Aziz.

Meanwhile, some schoolteachers and residents of Logar asked the Islamic Emirate to rebuild these schools, so that students can continue their schooling.

“This school has eight primary classrooms, and the flooding has ruined the children’s textbooks,” said Noor Agha, head of Hesarak school.

“When all the teachers came in but the students did not, the program was delayed for almost two weeks,” said Rouhullah, a schoolteacher.

“Not only has it damaged the educational system, but has also ruined other systems,” said Jamil Ahmad, a resident of Logar.

In addition to the deaths caused by the recent floods in the Khushi Logar district, the residents of this district have also suffered significant financial loss.

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FEATURED U.K NEWS: Heatwave: England has had joint hottest summer with warmest in 2018 according to records back to 1884

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#AceWeatherDesk – Provisional figures show the summer of 2022 – covering June, July and August – had an average temperature of 17.1C: This year’s summer tied with 2018 for the warmest, according to records stretching back to 1884.

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Greenwich Park on 14 August
The average temperature in England this summer was 17.1C

It means four of the five warmest summers on record have happened since 2003, as the effects of climate change are felt on the nation’s summer temperatures, the Met Office said.

This year’s summer included the record-breaking heat in July whentemperatures in the UK exceeded 40C for the first time as part of a widespread heatwave. 

Hot and dry conditions have dried up rivers, damaged crops and fuelled wildfires, as well as leaving much of England in drought. For both England and the UK as a whole, it has been the driest year so far since 1976, according to the UK meteorological service’s provisional data. 

For England, 2022 has also seen the sixth driest summer since records began in 1836.

Overall, the UK saw just 62% of its average summer rainfall. 

Dr Mark McCarthy, from the National Climate Information Centre, said: “For many this summer’s record-breaking heat in July – where temperatures reached 40.3°C at Coningsby in Lincolnshire – will be the season’s most memorable aspect. 

“However, for England to achieve its joint warmest summer takes more than extreme heat over a couple of days, so we shouldn’t forget that we experienced some persistently warm and hot spells through June and August too.” 

Fourth warmest summer for UK

For the UK overall, 2022 was provisionally the fourth warmest summer. 

It was also the eighth warmest summer for both Scotland and Wales and the 12th warmest for Northern Ireland. 

Low water levels at Bodmin Moor in Cornwall
This summer has also been the driest year so far for both the UK and England since 1976, according to provisional figures

Dr McCarthy added: “The average temperature for January to August for the UK in 2022 has been 10.51°C, making this year so far warmer than the previous record of 10.2°C in 2014. 

“It is too early to speculate on how the year overall will finish, but the persistent warm conditions are certainly notable and have certainly been made more likely by climate change.” 

A spokesman for the Met Office said it was not uncommon for provisional figures to change slightly after verification. He added average temperature data was used to make the hottest joint summer declaration as it was a robust measure taking into account day and night temperatures. 

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