Soaring Global Temperatures And Covert Climate Engineering
Today Temperatures In Parts Of The UK And Europe Set To Be The Highest Ever Recorded As The Whole Planet Bakes
Heat records are dropping just about everywhere on the planet this week.
Unprecedented July heat has scorched parts of four continents over the past week, with temperature records broken in Asia, Europe, North America and South America.
Pakistan's June and July heat wave has already claimed over 1000 lives, whilst record breaking temperatures have sparked huge wildfires that have ravaged homes in Washington State.
Further south, parts of Colombia have sizzled in temperatures of up to 42C. Meanwhile, in Europe, temperatures have reached record highs in Spain France and the UK.
At Wimbledon tennis championship in London the highest temperature in it's entire history was recorded with a staggering 40.2 degrees Celsius on Wednesday.
Highest July temperatures for Spain too with Madrid almost hitting 40 degree Celsius and Toledo hitting 40.1.
In Washington State, Idaho, Montana and even British Columbia temperatures crept above 110 degrees Fahrenheit all beating their July heat records.
The downside is the heat causing massive bush fires along the western coast.
The hot temperatures are being felt by migrant workers across the border in Mexico.
This has emergency officials issuing a heat warning.
The heatwave is already affecting people who have to work outside.
Health officials are hoping their warnings will help people avoid heat strokes or other heat-related illness.
People working out in the sun should be drinking water every half hour, using sunscreen to protect their skin, wearing light colored clothing, and be sure to get plenty of rest, as temperatures there climb int the 40's.
A Colombian town Urmita broke Columbia's record for June with a staggering 42 degrees Celsius, beating it's previous record of 41.6.
Argentina and Venezuela have also recorded their highest June temperatures.
A new record was set in Turkmenistan with an baking 47.2 degrees Celsius.
These record temperatures come as more than 2000 people died in India last month when temperatures reached 50 degrees Celsius.
These extreme are in contrast with last month with many countries in Europe and the UK experiencing their coldest June on record with some parts of the UK actually experiencing frost in the evenings.
Source: The Big Wobble