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Monthly Report on Global Extreme Climate Events -----

Extreme climate events and weather-related disasters during this period

Extreme Climate Event

Highlight

  • Monthly mean temperatures were extremely high from the northwestern part of Eastern Siberia to the northern part of Central Siberia, in eastern China, from eastern Micronesia to the western part of Southeast Asia, from Nepal to southern China, in southern India, from northwestern India to southern Pakistan, from Europe to the Middle East, from the northeastern to central part of South Africa, in and around Alaska, in and around Central America, and from the central to southeastern part of South America.
  • Monthly precipitation amounts were extremely high from southern Brazil to eastern Argentina.
  • Monthly precipitation amounts were extremely low from the northwestern part of Southeast Asia to southeastern India and from eastern Europe to the northwestern part of Northern Africa.

TypeAreaRemarks
1WarmFrom the northwestern part of Eastern Siberia to the northern part of Central Siberia
2WarmEastern China
3Heavy RainFrom central to southeastern China
  • It was reported that heavy rains caused more than 80 fatalities from central to southeastern China (the government of China).
4WarmFrom eastern Micronesia to the western part of Southeast Asia
5WarmFrom Nepal to southern China
6DryFrom the northwestern part of Southeast Asia to southeastern India
7Heat WaveIndia
  • It was reported that heat waves caused a total of more than 110 fatalities in India (European Commission).
8WarmSouthern India, from northwestern India to southern Pakistan
9WarmFrom Europe to the Middle East
  • The monthly mean temperature in Germany was the highest for June since 1881 (Deutscher Wetterdienst).
  • In southern France 45.9 degrees Celsius was recorded at Gallargues-le-Montueux on 28 June, which is a new national maximum temperature record in France (Meteo France).
10DryFrom eastern Europe to the northwestern part of Northern Africa
11WarmFrom the northeastern to central part of South Africa
12WarmIn and around Alaska
  • The monthly mean temperature in Alaska was the second highest for June since 1925 (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the USA).
13WarmIn and around Central America
14WarmFrom the central to southeastern part of South America
15WetFrom southern Brazil to eastern Argentina
 

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