So far this year has not been declared as the hottest year by the Meteorological Department. It says that it is too early to reach this decision now.
‘Fire’ has started raining from the sky in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The temperature is continuously reaching beyond 50 degrees. Due to this the problems of the people have increased. The mercury was recorded at 51.8 degrees in Al Ain’s Sweihan area. Last Friday also the temperature here had reached near 51 degrees. The National Meteorological Center of the UAE said that this time in the country, people will have to face more heat in June than in May. An increase of two to three degrees can be seen in the temperature.
However, so far this year has not been declared as the hottest year by the Meteorological Department. It says that it is too early to reach this decision now. Let us tell you that earlier in July 2002, the temperature had reached 52.1 degrees. Occasional cloud formation is observed in some areas and cumuliform clouds are likely to form over the eastern mountains, a meteorological department spokesperson said. If this happens then there is also the possibility of rain.
Are the activities of the Sun responsible for increasing the heat?
Astronomer of UAE told that there is a strange phenomenon of weather behind so much heat in the country. But it cannot be seen by connecting it to the activities happening in the Sun every 11 years. He said that from 2020 itself the Sun entered its cycle of maximum activity. Because of this, it is getting hot in the country. But without any data it is difficult to prove this thing completely. The UAE has been witnessing continuous heat since the 90s.
Children will be punished for leaving them alone in the car
On the other hand, in view of the increasing heat, Abu Dhabi Police has made a new rule. Police have said that the parents could face punishment for leaving the children alone in the car. According to the police, this will be considered a punishable offense and parents who do so can be jailed for 10 years. Also, they may have to pay a fine of up to 10 lakh dirhams (two crore rupees). At the same time, drivers have been asked to change the tires of their vehicles. They have been told to avoid using old tyres. This has been done to avoid accidents.
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