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2021 was a deadly year for weather: 20 disasters killed more than 600 Americans

  2021 was a deadly year for weather: 20 disasters killed more than 600 Americans

2021 was a deadly year for weather: 20 disasters killed more than 600 Americans
 2021 was a deadly year for weather: 20 disasters killed more than 600 Americans

2021 was a deadly year for weather: 20 disasters killed more than 600 Americans,2021 was another catastrophic and deadly year for climate and climate disasters in the USA, the organization's scientists announced Monday. There have been 20 separate disasters each costing at least $ 1 billion in damage, reports the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.

In total, the US catastrophic cost of 2021 exceeds $ 145 billion, the third-highest cost recorded.

 

It was also a deadly year: At least 688 Americans died in disasters. That is the worst disaster-related death in the USA since 2011 and the double-figure from last year was 262

The deaths were due to the extreme heat of summer in the Pacific Northwest, the frigid cold of the South during the snowy February, Hurricane Ida in many provinces, and the eruption of a December hurricane in the South, according to NOAA20 events mark the second-highest total recorded, two events that left the 2020 record for 22 events, the NOAA said.

WEATHER DISASTERS IN 2021 

The 2021 disasters include eight catastrophic weather events, four hurricanes, three hurricanes, two floods, one drought/heat event, one winter storm / cold wave, and one volcanic fire, including the destructive Marshall Fire in December. 30 in Boulder County, Colorado. 

 The NOAA released its national 2021 climate report on Monday, marking the fourth hottest year in history.

 

Several cities have had their hottest years, including Akron, Ohio; Baltimore; Bismarck, North Dakota; Boston; Buffalo, New York; Erie, Pennsylvania; Milwaukee; Montpelier, Vermont; Saa Ste Ste. Marie, Michigan; and Toledo, Ohio.

 

Extremely warm December - the hottest USA in history - has wrapped up the year, says NOAA.

 

On Monday and Monday, a report from Rhodium Group, an independent research firm, said that by 2021, the greenhouse gas emissions of the United States were re-emerging in the first year of the epidemic at a faster pace than the rest of the economy, making it difficult. achieving the global promise to reduce emissions by half compared to 2005 by 2030.

 

Emissions of greenhouse gases from fossil fuels such as oil, gas, and coal have caused global temperatures to rise to unprecedented levels of natural causes, scientists say.


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