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Global warming means 4.3 degrees more in South Romania

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Vineri, 13 iulie 2007, 0:00


The main weather trends in southern Romania, generated by the global warming, consist in the decreasing number of winter days and the growth of the average summer temperature.
The Southern and South - Eastern country will see an average temperature 2 and degrees higher than the usual, said Marius Postelnicescu, general manager of the National Waters Administration, during the "Climate changes and their impact on Romania" workshop.

According to the National Weather Institute's prognosis, Romania is about to see a 2 degrees warmer winter and a 3.5 - 4.3 general warming in the South Romania, with less rain than usual.

Extreme phenomenon are expected on the sea-shore, due to the rising sea level. Drought and floods may become usual, the same sources say.




















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