Lebanon: Unusually warm autumn raises climate change fears

Daily Star: Autumn has been unusually hot this year, with October starting with three record-breaking highs of 37, 36 and 31 and the rest of the month soaring almost 6 degrees above the average monthly temperatures. That heat wave plowed into November with temperatures last week soaring 10 degrees above usual levels, and for the month, the average is nearly 5 degrees higher than usual. Those high autumn temperatures are likely to wreak havoc on the environment once winter arrives, climate experts say.......

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