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Climate Change May Spell Hotter Summers for Southern Europe

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Researchers say the likelihood of scorching summer temperatures in southern Europe is increasing because of man-made climate change.

Hotter-than-usual temperatures in the Mediterranean region - including an August heatwave in Italy and the Balkans dubbed 'Lucifer' - resulted in higher hospital admissions, numerous forest fires and widespread economic losses this summer.

The World Weather Attribution team says it combined temperature measurements and computer simulations,...

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