Southforward.com – A recent heat wave in some parts of the world is reported to be more frequent and more deadly.
Reported from the Washington Post, Friday (20/7/2018), This prediction was issued by experts from WHO following a series of events that occurred.
As is known, Earlier this week Japan was hit by a deadly heat waves. This incident occurred not long after the great floods hit the country.
Temperatures of more than 30 degrees Celsius also occurred in Germany in May and June and the state of Georgia even reached 40.5 degrees.
While in Montreal, Canada, hot temperatures reached their highest point in 147 years and killed more than 70 people.
A typical heat wave is defined as a period of at least five days with a temperature of 5 degrees Celsius (9 degrees Fahrenheit) higher than normal.
In this 21st century, the hot rhino is predicted to happen two years later in the second half.
What’s more, Heat and high humidity is the most deadly combination for humans as it does in Japan.
Therefore, the experts from WHO are asking people in the world to be careful.