As temperatures increase Europe and the US fight to stay calm

As temperatures increase Europe and the US fight to stay calm: A youngster cools down in Folsom Lake during harsh weather on August 15, 2022. Unfortunately, recent climate change evidence in the western U.S. includes record-breaking hot waves.

In Wehrheim, Germany, near Frankfurt, horses gathered around two hay bins on August 23, 2022. Prolonged warm weather without rain hurts German agriculture.

In Sirmione, Italy, on August 16, 2022, submerged rocks emerged from Lake Garda following the worst drought in northern Italy in 70 years.

According to a report by the EU’s Earth monitoring program, some places may witness three more months of warmer and drier weather as Europe battles a catastrophic drought that has sparked forest fires, floods, and devastating crops.

Shasta Lake has shrunk. Extreme weather is the latest sign of climate change in California, August 18, 2022.

Europe and the US battle rising temperatures.

On August 17, 2022, you may see cattle near Sacramento, California.

A youngster cools down in Vilnius, Lithuania, on August 19, 2022. Lithuania’s highs have reached 34 C. (93.2 degrees Fahrenheit).

According to an August projection from the EU’s Copernicus program, “warmer and drier than usual weather” are expected across Spain and Portugal until November 2022.

The Zezere river creates a natural pool in Portugal’s Vale Glaciar, Manteigas, on August 18, 2022.

Over half of the EU’s 27 member nations are on drought warning, including Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Romania, and Spain.

A regional commuter train crosses parched pastures near Frankfurt’s Wehrheim on August 23, 2022. The study noted increased drought hazards in Moldova, Britain, Serbia, and Ukraine.

People line to cross Marble Arch in London, Britain, during a heatwave on August 13, 2022. Scientists say that the content may be undergoing its worst drought in 500 years.

Europe hasn’t seen much rain in two months, but not everywhere.

On August 8, 2022, the sun rises in London’s Richmond Park. The Danube, Europe’s second-longest river, has hit one of its lowest points in a century.