Scientists Worried as Global Warming Causes More Lightning Around the North Pole

A new study has discovered that climate change may also be causing lightning to form in the Arctic, which has previously been linked to wildfires and hurricanes. According to climate scientists, an increase in the frequency and intensity of lightning in the high Arctic in 2021 is evidence of climate change’s impact on global weather patterns. More lightning was observed in the North Pole in 2021 than at any other point on the planet, according to scientists.

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