Many Countries Of Western Europe Including China Will Be Hit By Severe Heat – Severe Heat: Many countries of Western Europe including China will be hit by severe heat
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Many countries of Western Europe including China are going to be in the grip of severe heat. Heatwave warnings have been issued for parts of China, Europe, the Southwest and Central America this week. Red alert has been issued in at least 86 cities in the eastern and southern parts of the country.
The situation is that construction work has been completely banned in these cities. People are so troubled by the heat that they are always looking for a cool place. The Shanghai administration, which has a population of about 25 million, has warned people that the next few weeks are going to be similar, so they should be prepared to face the heat.
Chinese meteorologists have forecast temperatures to reach 40 degrees Celsius in some cities in the coming days. The effect of rising temperatures in Spain and France is beginning to be felt in Britain as well. Meteorological Department Many cities of China are facing severe heat these days. To escape the scorching heat, people have started taking shelter in underground shelters. It also includes Shanghai, Nanjing. Red Alert is a three tire heatwave warning.
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