Summer is in its early stages and already the effects of this year’s record-breaking heat are being felt around the world.
The European Union’s satellite agency announced that last month was the hottest June ever in recorded history as the world feels the effects of globally rising temperatures due to changes in Earth’s environment.
Data showed that average global temperatures ranged about 0.10 degrees Celsius higher than that of the previous record-holder according to the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S).
Jean-Noël Thépaut, Head of C3S, said in the report that the data shows that temperatures during the recent heatwave throughout the southwestern region of Europe were “unusually high.”
Temperatures were also 6-10 degrees Celsius above normal in regions such as France, Germany and Spain. France experienced its hottest recorded temperature in the country’s history at 45.9 degrees Celsius (114.62 Fahrenheit), while wildfires raged across Spain.
According to the European Environmental Agency, the volume of warm days Europe has experienced has nearly doubled between 1960 and 2018. And the agency says the continent is expected to have similar, if not worse, heat waves in the future.
According to C3S, the month of June as a whole was around 1 degree Celsius higher than a previous record set in June 1999, as well as a degree Celsius higher than expected trends in recent decades.
California also experienced a record-breaking heat wave in June, in which The California independent System Operator Corporation (ISO) issued a statewide Flex Alert early in the month, urging residents to conserve electricity.
It was so hot in Northern California that tens of thousands of mussels were found dead along the shores from frying in their shells, reported Bay Nature magazine.
In South Dakota, temperatures as high as 107 degrees Fahrenheit caused roads to buckle, according to the South Dakota Highway Patrol. Excessive heat caused the concrete to expand and collapse, putting roads out of commission for several hours.
Extreme weather events like this are becoming much more common as planet Earth continues to increasingly get warmer.
The Biblical prophecies (Luke 21, Revelation 16) foretell how the weather cycles of earth will intensify until humankind is affected with great heat as a sign of the Last Days prophecies indicating the coming end of the age.
These are signs of the Last Days revealing its time to prepare for the nearing appearance of Jesus Christ by being born again spiritually into the Kingdom of God as Jesus said we must (John 3) and His Apostles (Matthew 16:19) who were authorized described how (Acts 2). This new birth experience brings peace and joy in the Holy Spirit now in this life, and eternal life in the world to come.
As those Biblically born again into the Kingdom of God are saved from the wrath in the tribulation of Revelation prophecy that comes upon the world of disobedience as we are appointed instead to salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ.
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