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Third hottest July recorded this year

Last month was Bahrain’s third hottest July since records began, with an average temperature of 35.7C. Only 2012 and 2010 had hotter Julys, with an average temperature of 36C and 35.8C respectively, said a report in the Gulf

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For most, global warming now 'normal' climate

Global warming has been going on for so long that most people were not even born the last time the Earth was cooler than average in 1985 in a shift that is altering perceptions of a "normal" climate, scientists said. Dec

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June 'hotter than normal' in Bahrain

June was hotter than normal in Bahrain with an average temperature of 34.3C, according to the meteorology department.   It was 1.9C above the long-term normal, making it the seventh highest average monthly temper

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Oceasoft unveils wireless temperature tracker

Oceasoft, a leading designer and developer of temperature and environmental parameter monitoring solutions in the cold-chain, life science, and food safety fields, has unveiled a wireless temperature tracker that connects to the smartphone via

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World sets new record in emissions

Global carbon dioxide emissions from burning fossil fuels will rise to a record 36 billion tonnes this year, a report by 49 researchers from 10 countries said, showing the failure of governments to rein in the main greenhouse gas blamed for glob

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Extreme global warming not likely soon

  Extreme global warming is less likely in coming decades after a slowdown in the pace of temperature rises so far this century, an international team of scientists said.  

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Expert warns against heat during Bahrain F1

Temperatures could soar as high as 40C during the Gulf Air Bahrain Grand Prix set to take place next month, an expert has warned. The event takes place on April 19, 20 and 21 at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC).

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Big cities’ heat can affect weather far away

The energy big cities burn - mostly coal and oil to power buildings, cars and other devices - produces excess heat that can get into atmospheric currents and influence temperatures thousands of miles (km) away, a new study found.

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Global warming slows; but no time to waste

  The latest forecasts from a foremost climate research institute that global warming has slowed present a new challenge to policymakers on how to inject urgency into the campaign to cut emissions of greenhouse gases.

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Bahrain sees hottest Oct on record

Bahrain last month experienced its hottest October on record with the average daily temperature reaching 30.8C, 1.6C above normal, a report said. The average temperature on 15 days was at least 35C, said the Civil Aviation Affairs Meteo

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