Extreme weather events are wreaking havoc across the globe, with Nepal, Pakistan, the United States, and London facing severe weather conditions.

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Extreme weather events are wreaking havoc across the globe, with Nepal, Pakistan, the United States, and London facing severe weather conditions.

Nepal: Monsoon rains have caused flash floods and landslides, killing at least 14 people, with nine still missing. The disaster management authorities have warned of more flash floods in multiple rivers.

Pakistan: The country is experiencing a severe heatwave, with temperatures expected to reach up to 6 degrees Celsius (10.8 Fahrenheit) above the monthly average. This follows heavy rains last month that killed scores of people and destroyed property and farmland. Pakistan recorded its wettest April since 1961, with more than double the usual monthly rainfall.

United States: A storm hurricane is approaching the East Coast, with Earl strengthening into a major hurricane. The National Hurricane Center has issued a hurricane watch for parts of North Carolina and Virginia.

London: The UK is experiencing a heatwave, with temperatures expected to reach up to 34C (93F) in the coming days. The Met Office has issued a level three heat health watch alert, warning of potential health risks.

Weather Forecast and Guidelines for Fishermen:

– India: The Indian Meteorological Department has warned of rough sea conditions and strong winds along the western coast, advising fishermen to exercise caution while venturing out.
– Pakistan: The Pakistan Meteorological Department has forecasted strong winds and rough sea conditions in the Arabian Sea, advising fishermen to avoid fishing activities.

Weather Forecast for Mount Everest and K2 Mountainers:

– Mount Everest: The weather forecast for Mount Everest is expected to be mostly clear, with temperatures ranging from -20°C to -30°C (-4°F to -22°F) in the higher altitudes. However, there is a chance of snowfall and high winds.
– K2: The weather forecast for K2 is expected to be extremely cold, with temperatures ranging from -20°C to -25°C (-4°F to -13°F) in the higher altitudes. There is a chance of light snowfall and strong winds ¹.

Hottest City Today:
– Death Valley, California, USA: 47°C (116.6°F)

Coldest City Today:
– Vostok Station, Antarctica: -59.2°C (-74.6°F)

The extreme weather events are attributed to climate change, with scientists warning of more frequent and prolonged bouts of extreme weather. The world is witnessing the devastating impacts of rising temperatures, from intense monsoon rainfall to severe heatwaves and hurricanes.

– Monsoon Rains Wreak Havoc in Nepal: At least 14 people killed, nine missing
– Pakistan Hit by Heatwave: Temperatures to reach up to 6 degrees Celsius above average
– US Braces for Storm Hurricane: Earl strengthens into major hurricane, East Coast on alert
– London Experiences Heatwave: Temperatures to reach up to 34C, health risks warned

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