This summer was the hottest in England. on record— said the Met Office.
Preliminary figures show summer of In 2022, covering June, July and August, the average temperature of 17.1C, binding with 2018 will be the warmest year in records of 1884.
This means that four of five warmest years on record for England have occurred since 2003 as effect of anthropogenic climate change is being felt on Summer temperatures in the country, the Met Office said.
The hot summer included record-violation heat in July when temperature climbed above 40C for in first time in UK as climate change leads to more frequent and strong heat waves.
The heat wave provoked major incident in London due to surge in fires that destroyed homes and cars.
England also was the sixth driest summer on record and driest since 1995, according to the Met Office back until 1836.
A lot of of England hit by drought after months of little rainfall with drying in hot, dry conditions up rivers, damaging crops and starting wildfires that destroyed homes and earth.
This week, the weather bureau warned summer in England will probably be longer and, consequently, drier of changing of the climate.
Forecasters said summerlike conditions were expected last longer and reduced from 4% to 12% in precipitation in England, probably in in future in autumn.
A drought has been declared. for all of south west of england region by the Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday.
It means 11 of 14 areas covered by the agency in A drought is currently declared in England.