In the UK, researchers at the University of Exeter have found that the effects of global warming will alter the temperature differential, making nights warmer faster than days. The conclusion is based on data from observations of weather around the world for 34 years.
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Experts analyzed the records of temperatures, humidity and cloud cover, they were interested in the period from 1983 to 2017. During this time, throughout the entire territory of the Earth, the night temperature was 54% higher than the daytime. Scientists have suggested that the cause should be attributed to changes in cloud concentration. These formations cool the earth's surface during the day, keeping it warm at night. Researchers from the UK also found that in those regions of the Blue Planet where cloudiness prevails, the climate is gradually becoming more humid.
Scientists have expressed an opinion about the so-called asymmetric warming. These changes are capable of causing significant harm to the flora and fauna of the Earth.