This country will completely disappear from winter in 2050

Australia's winter climate will disappear completely in the next 30 years, by 2050, Australian University of Australia climate scientists have warned.

According to news reports, a new summer season is expected to replace winter in Australia, especially with hotwaves reaching 40 degrees Celsius across the country.

Australia is known to be very hot, even during the winter, but according to recent experts' warnings, the changing climate in the country may lead to a lack of full winter.

This new information on climate change in Australia is based on studies where the average historical temperature of each season was studied and compared to the expected data.

By converting these data into an interactive map, the researchers found a way to predict average temperatures throughout Australia, which showed them that there was no permanent winter period in the near future.

The researchers said the average daily temperature limit in Australia was about 22.1 degrees Celsius between 1960 and 1990, warning that if climate change did not slow, this figure would rise to 25.4 degrees Celsius in about 30 years from now.

The researchers predict that the new summer season will begin from mid-December to late February, with some changes in this period, depending on the different regions.

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