Autumns that are too hot will lead to the disappearance of certain animal species

For now, the heat is allowing the grasses of the prairies to stay green and to compensate a little for the dryness of the summer. In the long term, migratory birds and certain mammals suffer from suffering.

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VSes Thursday and Friday, in places, the thermometer will climb up to 22 degrees. The following days, the temperatures will continue to flirt with 20 degrees. Around November 2 and 3, they will begin to drop and still stay around 15 degrees. During these two weeks of Toussaint holidays, the weather should remain generally dry, with the exception of a few passing showers. Not really fall weather. “It’s actually quite exceptional,” comments David Dehenauw, meteorologist and head of work at the IRM. “The average temperature record for the month of October dates from 2001 with 14.4 degrees. He shouldn’t be beaten but we won’t be far from it. On the other hand, it is quite possible that daily records will be broken. »

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