The ice has melted whenever there has been a flood on Earth before. Scientists have discovered that temperatures in the Arctic region are doubling due to climate change. The average temperature in the Khatanga region of Siberia is 0 degrees. But this time the temperature here reached 25 degrees. Where there was snow all over the place, there is now greenery.
Over the next few weeks, parts of the Arctic Ocean and parts of Greenland are likely to experience extreme heat. Researchers have found that the heat wave in the Arctic region is breaking records this time. Mercury is constantly rising due to the Arctic heatwave from Siberia to Greenland. This change in weather has never been seen in the Arctic region. Because of this, Russia is facing the hottest winter season this time.
The U.S. agency’s weather map clearly shows that temperatures across the Arctic region have risen by 5 degrees. Its biggest impact has been seen in Russia’s Siberia region. From 1981 to 2010, the first four months of this year saw a drop in heat. This time the color of Siberia is appearing thicker red in this map due to the Arctic heatwave. Russia’s meteorologist has also issued a similar map.
Temperatures around the Arctic coast on the northern coast have risen by 5 degrees, according to Russia’s Meteorological Department Rochehydromet. The worst affected area is around the Kara Sea.
With Siberia, temperatures like Yamal, Gidan and Temir are 16 degrees Celsius higher than normal. The heat has caused ice to break in many of Siberia’s icy rivers. Snow is melting in many rivers. The maximum temperature of Siberia mercury reached 30 degrees Celsius. The maximum temperature in the Arctic region was recorded at 26 ° C. Which was 5 degrees higher than the previous maximum temperature.
The winter of 2019 was Russia’s hottest cold since 1936, according to Russia’s Meteorological Department Rochehydromet. Because of this, trees and shrubs in the tundra area are being affected.
Ice is rapidly melting along the coast of Siberia, adjacent to the Arctic region. Because of this, the ice breaks down into the Arctic Ocean. This is affecting the bio-diversity of the ocean.