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    The encroachment on green spaces turns the country's climate into a desert

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    The encroachment on green spaces turns the country's climate into a desert Empty The encroachment on green spaces turns the country's climate into a desert

    Post by Rocky Mon 08 Aug 2022, 7:16 am

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    [size=52]The encroachment on green spaces turns the country's climate into a desert[/size]

    [size=45]Baghdad/ Firas Adnan[/size]
    [size=45]Forecasters have reported that the weather in many areas of Iraq has turned desert due to the continued encroachment on agricultural areas, noting that the peak of summer ends in the last third of this month. Amer Al-Jabri, director of the Meteorological Authority's media, said, "Iraq has witnessed a gradual decrease in temperatures in a small manner, starting yesterday, especially in the central and northern regions."[/size]
    [size=45]Al-Jabri added, "Temperatures will continue to rise in the southern region, where the governorates of Najaf, Muthanna and Dhi Qar recorded fifty degrees, while the governorates of Basra and Maysan are up to 51 degrees." He pointed out, "Many governorates will witness a gradual decline starting tomorrow, with the rise remaining in other regions, especially Basra." Al-Jabri stated, "The weather in general is volatile due to the instability of the situation. There were rain showers two days ago in the Al-Rutba region on the border with Syria."[/size]
    [size=45]He pointed out, "Iraq was affected by the deepening of the heat season, starting from last Monday, and it had a significant impact on the rise in temperatures in the country by about a year, especially in the southern regions, where temperatures reached 50."[/size]
    [size=45]For his part, the weather forecaster, Sadiq Attia, said that "the cities of central and southern Iraq have topped the highest temperatures during the past few days."[/size]
    [size=45]Attia continued, "Basra recorded 53 degrees at the end of last week during the noon hours," noting that "the meteorological temperatures are recorded in the shade and under standard conditions and represent the air temperature, not the temperature of the place."[/size]
    [size=45]He stressed, "The southern and central regions have become desert climates, due to the decrease in rainfall during recent seasons, the lack of attention to green spaces, and the razing of agricultural areas, which may have been a buffer and a means to reduce the severity of the heat."[/size]
    [size=45]Attia continues, "The Iraqi climate is mainly hot during the summer, and in recent years we have noticed an increase in the Pentecostal degrees, which may have become normal in the Iraqi climate records." And he added, "In the nineties, Iraq was recording blazing temperatures, but during a period of time that extends during the last third of July, but in the last period we noticed the recurrence of heat waves, especially in the southern regions that were placed in the crater of the global enlightenment adjacent to the southern borders of Iran and the State of Kuwait."[/size]
    [size=45]Attia stressed, "Iraq is currently living in the height of the summer season, which begins on July 20 and ends in the last third of August, and this period records high temperatures, especially in the center and south, and the current wave will end in the middle of the week." Attia concluded, "This decrease will not be at the level we hope for, but by a difference of one or two degrees, with the return of northwesterly winds today, Monday, especially in the southern regions that suffer from high levels of humidity."[/size]
    [size=45]International organizations have classified Iraq among the five countries most affected by drought and weather changes.[/size]
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