You will have to get used to “tropical nights” where the minimum temperature does not drop below 20°C. “This term may come as a surprise, because before that it was mostly reserved for exotic and hot countries.“Says Mary Kerdonkuff, Deputy Director of Climatology and Climate Services at Météo France. But global warming obliges.even in the northern half of France we will learn to recognize this phenomenon well“. In some communities more than others, these scorching nights that put the body to the test will become the norm.
We present here, for the 300 largest cities in France, the results of climate modeling work by researchers from twelve European laboratories compiled by Météo France. Will your municipality sustain a globally breathable nighttime climate beyond 2040? Is it one of those where scorching summer nights will become the majority? Discover screenings near you.
Source: Le Figaro
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