The most intense heatwave has been recorded in June beating the average usual heat that the month of June usually experiences.
Copernicus Climate Change Service stated that the environment was 1.2 degrees higher than the usual average of heat intensity which warns of global warming situation. The heat stoked from the southwest to the northwest of the US to Canada, and then to British Columbia.
The impending climate change is a sign of risky environmental issues as the instance of the heatwave did not emerge from anything, claimed a climate scientist named Julien Nicolas; climate change has been progressing at a gradual pace until some of its intense effects appear sudden.
Small fires were easily kindled by the heatwave, forcing these fires to cover wider ranges than were intended. This posed a threat to lives; as incidents like this were rampant in June.
Global warming is a danger to living existence which was why the Paris Agreement signed in 2015 requested that intense temperature be quenched below 2.0 or 1.5 degrees at the barest minimum if practically possible.
To further show that extreme temperatures might not reduce, World Meteorological Organization had estimated that there was a forty per cent chance that the usual temperature would increase beyond 1.5 degrees for the next five years.
Human activities are the major causes of global warming, with the 21st-century active industries, fumes exhausting into the atmosphere, and deforestation.
Sadly, heat waves might be a recurring situation and if nothing much is done to effect changes in global warming, heat wave es might last longer than a month; these inferred by the climate expert, Julien Nicolas.