DID YOU KNOW?
Did you know that some people in Libya have developed skin blisters due to the hot weather? Libya is considered as the hottest country on the planet today. The weather in such a country is very damp and hot in both summer and winter seasons. This makes living conditions harder and undesirable for its inhabitants to some degree. Libya is predominantly a desert country. Rain is non-existent. In spring and autumn, Libya experiences the Ghibli. It is a hot, dry and dusty desert wind that can blow for up to a week, raising temperatures on the coast to 50 degrees Celsius. The best time to visit Libya would be June to October, as temperatures are more desirable at 27 degrees Celsius.
Global warming surely contributes to this situation. There is great debate among many people on whether global warming causes these extreme weather conditions. However, climate scientists looking at the data and facts agree the planet is warming. The scientific consensus related to global warming states that the average temperature of the Earth has risen. It rose between 0.4 and 0.8 degrees Celsius over the past 100 years. Normal people can also track temperature to make necessary adjustments to their lifestyle. There are different indoor thermometer apps available for everyone to use. These room temperature apps may be easy to download but the help they can give people is necessary.