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A first in the history of the country! red alert in the UK

A red alert has been issued in the UK. While the air temperature is expected to reach 40 degrees for the first time on Monday and Tuesday in the country, the predicted temperatures were described as “extraordinary”. It warned that extreme temperatures could affect infrastructure and lead to adverse health conditions.

Temperatures in the UK are expected to reach 40 degrees for the first time on Monday and Tuesday. A ‘red’ alert was issued after the British Meteorological Office’s statement. The UK Health Safety Agency (UKHSA) pointed out that extreme heat can affect the health and social care system, not only people in risk groups, but also healthy people may face the risk of disease and life-threatening. British Meteorological Office spokesman Grahame Madge said it would be a “historic” moment for temperatures to reach 40 degrees.

PROJECTED TEMPERATURES ‘EXCEPTIONAL’

In a statement made by the British Meteorological Office, it was announced that air temperatures are expected to reach record levels in some parts of the country on Monday and Tuesday. A “red alert” was issued due to dangerous weather conditions. It was stated that the alarm covers regions ranging from the capital London to Manchester and York. It was emphasized that temperatures are expected to reach 40 degrees for the first time, while predicted temperatures were described as “extraordinary”. It warned that extreme temperatures could affect infrastructure and lead to adverse health conditions. It was stated that the air temperatures next week are expected to exceed 38.7 degrees, which was recorded as the UK’s record temperature so far, at the Cambridge University Botanical Garden on 25 July 2019.

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“A HISTORIC MOMENT”

Meteorological Office spokesman Grahame Madge described the high-temperature warning as “a potentially very serious situation”. Madge said it would be a “historic” moment for temperatures to reach 40 degrees on Monday and Tuesday. Madge also said, “If we reach 40 degrees, it shows that climate change is now with us. Situations like this are becoming much more likely due to climate change.”

“A NATIONAL EMERGENCY”

The UK Health Safety Agency (UKHSA) has described the Meteorological Office’s warning about temperatures as a “national emergency”. It was pointed out that extremely hot weather can affect the health and social care system, and that not only people in risk groups, but also healthy people may face the risk of disease and life-threatening.

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