‘Stunning’ heatwaves on both poles with Antarctica 40°C hotter than it should be | Metro News

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Both of the Earth’s poles have been hit by freakishly hot weather that has stunned climate experts. Parts of the Arctic are around 30°C warmer than is normally expected at this time of year, while in Antarctica that figure jumped to more than 40°C hotter than average. The unprecedented heatwaves were branded ‘not a good sign’ as concerns continue to mount about the climate crisis worldwide.

Source: ‘Stunning’ heatwaves on both poles with Antarctica 40°C hotter than it should be | Metro News

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