An expected rise in global temperatures could seriously threaten Bahrain’s water resources, an expert has warned.
Last year was the warmest on record and this year may be even hotter, according to the World Meteorological Or
Temperatures in Bahrain sky-rocketed this year with 2015 set to go down as the country’s hottest year on record.
Global warming has been blamed for the rising heat, with higher than average temperatures felt in each of the f
Last month was the hottest October ever experienced in Bahrain, a report said.
The mean temperature was 31.7C, 2.5C above the long-term normal and goes on record as the highest mean monthly temperature for October with the old rec
While scorching temperatures are likely to continue across several parts of Saudi Arabia, some areas may see mercury shooting above 50C, a report said.
This has been among the hottest summers on record in the Kingdom, added the
Whether cold temperatures have anything to do with catching a cold has long been a question that supposedly separates believers in old wives' tales from the scientifically savvy. But while the cold-cold connection is widely considered a medi
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
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.
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
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
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