Forecasts could be underestimating extreme weather events
Climate change is driving unprecedented hot spells and downpours faster than forecasted by historical trends, a new scientific study has suggested.Published yesterday in the journal Science Advances, the study found that predictions relying only on historical observations have underestimated the number of extremely hot days in Europe and East A
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