Environment: 62°C on recorded soil in India, what does this number mean?

“This is a renovated satellite measurement with a mathematical model”Météo France supplements. “Attacking value, but explaining it is complicated”, recognizes the agency. Above all, reported values, such as 62°C exceeded in India, “somewhat meaningless to the human body”. Contrary to air temperature, directly visible, or with it “wet bulb” the info TF1 dedicate a recent article, soil heat measurements do not reflect easily visible heat. And because of that it becomes hard to imagine.

So, what are these “on the ground” measurements, which at first glance are not very clear? “Satellite systems are very useful for calculating temperature variations on a global scale”Meteor-French report, “It has to be said that if France has a lot of meteorological stations, we don’t have such a wide network around the world.” Therefore, Copernicus proved above all to be a valuable ally for climatologists, who are trying to accurately analyze temperature variations in the four corners of the globe. The results it offers, from the point of view of the general public, appear to be of little interest to the general public, who refers more to data than measurements in the air.

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