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Climate Change May Be Amping Up Lightning Activity In The Eastern European Alps, According To New Research

“On the other hand, we access analyses of atmospheric conditions– including cloud microphysics– at an hourly resolution over the past four decades.”

Utilizing machine learning, Simon and his team were able to seamlessly integrate lightning measurements from 2010 to 2019 with weather data. This allowed them to retroactively estimate lightning frequencies for earlier periods when such measurements weren’t available. This also included fluctuations in the daily cycle.

The team believes the study’s findings are extremely important for informing preventative measures, which can help protect both people and the environment from any damage that could be caused by lightning strikes.

To read the study’s complete findings, which have since been published in Climate Dynamics, visit the link here.

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