Pakistan’s 114 degrees is just one of many all-time March records toppled in Asia

This article describes the impact of global warming on various regions throughout the world. It is not good.

Searing spring heat ripped across parts of Asia in the last days of March, and we now know that many of the extraordinarily high temperatures were indeed records for the month in at least seven countries – Pakistan, India, Iraq, Qatar, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan.

At the very least, these records are a reminder that — by the laws of thermodynamics — when one part of the world is exceptionally cool, another part must be exceptionally hot. Cerveny says these pronounced variations suggest the weather pattern will remain interesting for potential all-time records.

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