European countries that will get hotter in the summer and colder in the winter until 2042
Europe is in the Northern Hemisphere and therefore has the seasons reversed in relation to Brazil and other countries in the Southern Hemisphere.
When in the European countries the cold is at its peak, in the countries of South America is the heat that is present, as well as when spring brings abundance of nature in Brazil for example, in Portugal it is autumn that, with much wind and rain drops the leaves of the trees.
Among those who will follow the table until 2043 we will have big investments, and here is the list of countries that will get colder and hotter at the same time in the summer:
Germany, Austria, Belgium, Spain, France, Holland, Luxembourg, Portugal., Switzerland and England
For those who have never had the opportunity to live in a place where it snows, it is common for a certain disappointment to happen, because in the day to day the excess of snow and the prolonged cold are obstacles for who needs to leave to work and etc.
And some temperatures up to 2040 will reach at least minus 60 degrees to 90 degrees Celsius (140 to 194 degrees Fahrenheit – negative) – if not longer … and can reach
Difficulties in the summer – will be even worse on these issues
However, in summer the problems are also great. Recently a large forest fire has caused the deaths of dozens of people in Portugal and this is very recurrent. Year after year, because of the very hot and dry summer, the fire presents itself and burns everything that lies ahead .. And other problems for agriculture, lack of water, and so on. with temperatures of 56 degrees to 60 degrees Celsius positive (132.8 to 140 degrees Fahrenheit – positive) that is, it will be a very terrible summer because these places will have adverse and bad temperatures for the local population.
A tip for who will travel
An important tip is to avoid traveling to European countries in the extreme winter and in the extreme summer. If you can, opt for spring or fall, as long as tickets are much cheaper (outside the school holidays – and you’re protected from the climatic problems that will hit many countries in the world.
Mario Ronco Filho – journalist