temperature rise

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  • Temperature in Iran 1.5 degrees above long-term average 2020-08-23 21:57

    Temperature in Iran 1.5 degrees above long-term average

    TEHRAN – Iran averaged about 1-1.5 degrees on Celsius scale warmer than the long run during the Iranian calendar month of Mordad (July 22-August 21), according to the national center for drought and crisis management affiliated to the Meteorological Organization.

  • Fars province sets high-temperature record in past month 2019-09-02 19:28

    Fars province sets high-temperature record in past month

    TEHRAN – While almost all Iranian provinces experienced temperature rise over the Iranian calendar month of Mordad (July 23-August 22), Fars province set the record high as the country’s hottest place, the director of the national center for drought and crisis management, affiliated to Meteorological Organization, has said.

  • Temperature decline cuts ozone pollution over a month 2019-08-26 18:03

    Temperature decline cuts ozone pollution over a month

    TEHRAN – Temperature dropped by 1.1 degrees Celsius in Tehran over the Iranian calendar month of Mordad (July 22- August 23) compared to a month earlier, so that ozone pollution is dissipating dramatically, Hossein Shahidzadeh, the caretaker for Air Quality Control Company has said.

  • Temperature raises across Iran within a month 2019-07-26 22:53

    Temperature raises across Iran within a month

    TEHRAN – Iran experienced an average 1.7 degrees on the Celsius scale temperature rise during the past Iranian calendar month of Tir (June 22-July 22) compared to the long-term mean, the director of the national center for drought and crisis management, affiliated to Meteorological Organization, has said.

  • Temperature declined during spring nationwide 2019-06-25 10:47

    Average temperature declines during spring nationwide

    TEHRAN – Temperature dropped by 0.2 degrees Celsius on average in Iran during the spring compared to the long-term means, the director of the National Drought Warning and Monitoring Center, affiliated to the Meteorological Organization, has said.

  • ‘Vast vegetation cover increases wildfire risk during summer’ 2019-05-23 07:40

    ‘Vast vegetation cover increases wildfire risk during summer’

    TEHRAN – Given that heavy rainfall saturated the country over the past few months, plant and vegetation cover has been expanded which seems to be vulnerable to temperature rise, so wildfire risk increases during this summer (starting on May 22), said Tehran’s department of environment deputy director for technical affairs.

  • Corals bleaching, choking in Persian Gulf 2019/05/21

    By Maryam Qarehgozlou

    Corals bleaching, choking in Persian Gulf

    TEHRAN — Worldwide corals are either bleaching or choking and eventually dying and the Persian Gulf is not an exception, but what are the main threats and how is it possible to counter the threats?

  • Will Iran set all-time heat records this summer? 2019-05-14 19:55

    Will Iran set all-time heat records this summer?

    TEHRAN – Following torrential rain and flooding in the country, some experts say that this summer will beat the heat records, with sweltering temperatures scattering around the country.

  • Tehran’s 5 decade temperature variation maps published 2019-05-11 22:36

    Tehran’s 5-decade temperature variation maps published

    TEHRAN – Maps indicating temperature variation occurred in the capital over the past 50 years have been published in a collaborative initiative between the Tehran Municipality ICT Organization and the Meteorological Organization, IRNA news agency reported on Saturday.

  • Temperature drop across Iran within a month 2019-04-27 22:49

    Temperature drop across Iran within a month

    TEHRAN – Iran has experienced an average 0.4 degrees on the Celsius scale temperature decline during the first month of the current Iranian calendar year (starting on March, 21) compared to the long-term means, the director of National Drought Warning and Monitoring Center, affiliated to Iran’s Meteorological Organization, has said.