United Nations evaluates record Arctic summer report in Siberia

United Nations evaluates record Arctic summer report in Siberia

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Geneva: The United Nations Meteorological Agency is investigating media reports suggesting a heatwave in eastern Siberia and new record high temperatures of 38 ° C (100.4 ° F) in the Arctic Circle among longtime wild animals.
The World Meteorological Organization said on Tuesday that it intends to verify the temperature reading with the Russian Federal Service for Hydro-meteorology and Environmental Monitoring in the Russian city of Roshidromet in Verkoysk, Russia on Saturday.
Agency spokesman Clare Nulis said wild animals in the Russian region and hot summer conditions in July regularly operate at temperatures in excess of 30 ° C (86 F), but they were never found above 38 degrees in the area Huh.
“ We are taking it seriously, but we need to wait for official confirmation, ” he told reporters in Geneva.

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