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The temperature in Spain has risen 0.6 degrees Celsius since 1971

calor The temperature in Spain has risen around 0.6 degrees Celsius since 1971, according to the State Meteorological Agency (AEMET), Ricardo García Herrera. However, there are no significant differences in the rainfall averages , which remain at a normal average value of about 648 liters per square meter.

During the presentation of the events on the occasion of the World Meteorological Day that was celebrated last Wednesday, the president of the AEMET reported that the temperature for the reference period (1961-1990) rose in its first decade by 0.2 degrees Celsius ( 14.43 degrees Celsius to 14.63 degrees Celsius), while the average from 1971-2000 to 1981-2010, more than doubled, a total of 0.46 degrees Celsius. This increase of about 0.6 degrees Celsius between 1960 and 2010 is in line with the data on the warming trend of the planet's global temperature.

However, the decade from 1970 to 1980 was "especially cold" and since 1990 the increase in temperatures is "practically constant". In this sense, the AEMET has recalled that, according to the World Meteorological Organization, 2010 has been the warmest year globally while in Spain it was the coldest since 1996 .

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