Normally snow in Greenland on the top of the ice sheet but we see heaviest rainfall in Greenland instead for the first time since 1950 or over 71 years
Normally snow in Greenland on the top of the ice sheet but we see heaviest rainfall in Greenland instead for the first time since 1950 or over 71 years

Normally snow in Greenland on the top of the ice sheet but we see heaviest rainfall in Greenland instead for the first time since 1950 or over 71 years

Scientists believe this is evidence of climate change and so that Greenland is warming so rapidly without any warning of the heaviest rainfall.

Suddenly, temperatures in Greenland rose above freezing for the third time in less than 10 years ago. It was caused by the warm air, which fueled an extreme rainfall of over billion and billion tons of water on the Greenland ice sheet.

Greenland has lost at least half trillion tons of ice into the ocean since 2019. With the extreme heat wave caused, the entire ice sheet’s surface started to melt and global sea level rose, which could be catastrophic for the world and for all living things.

The recent IPCC report on climate-related changes in weather patterns over Greenland are a major reason for the large island’s increasing rate of loss of ice into the sea. 

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