How are you all doing in the continuing hot weather?
The number of consecutive days with a maximum temperature of 30°C or higher in Hokkaido has reached 37 days as of today (August 25), further extending the longest record in statistical history. It’s really hot every day…💦.
This summer has been unusually hot in many parts of the world.
Some experts suggest that this July may be the hottest month in the past 120,000 years.
I was surprised to see in the news the other day that the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, stated that the earth has entered the ” age of boiling ” 😮.
Has the earth gone beyond global warming to a state of boiling, as expressed in the phrase “the age of global boiling has arrived”…. When I hear the word “boiling” I feel fear 😢.
Relationship between sea surface temperature and typhoons
As global temperatures rise, sea surface temperatures rise, which is closely related to typhoons.
Typhoons form in environments with sea surface temperatures of 26.5°C or higher, meeting certain atmospheric conditions. Typhoons that develop use the thermal energy of the ocean to develop, so under the same conditions, higher sea surface temperatures tend to make typhoons stronger and more powerful. High sea surface temperature conditions are likely to strengthen typhoons, according to the report.
It may land in Hokkaido more often in the future 😰.
For those who are considering building a new house.
For heat protection – installation of air conditioner base and electrical outlets.
Typhoon protection…even in the event of a power outage. Solar panel installation
I recommend the following!
Please consider it in the RID😊.