Europe predicted abnormally warm winter

(ORDO NEWS) — Climate service Copernicus has predicted that next winter Europe may face abnormal heat – the temperature will exceed historical values. It is reported by Bloomberg with reference to the study.

According to scientists, above average temperatures will be recorded in the coastal areas of the Baltic, Mediterranean and North Seas.

There is a 50-60 percent chance of a warm winter in the UK and Central and Southern Europe. France and Germany will see much less rainfall than usual.

Thus, the demand for natural gas will decrease in countries, and reserves will be protected from depletion.

In recent months, researchers have become increasingly confident of warm weather in winter. Similar data was also provided by Copernicus in mid-October.

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