Icelandic Weather Report For 2050 — The Reykjavik Grapevine

Icelandic Weather Report For 2050

Published September 19, 2014

Nanna Árnadóttir
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Birta Líf Kristinsdóttir, a meteorologist with the Icelandic Met Office has posted a video of what a weather report might look like in Iceland in July 2050, reports RÚV.

The video has been made in conjunction with the UN Climate Change Summit in New York next week.

By 2050, Birta Líf predicts that Iceland will be much greener with summer temperatures reaching between 20-30 degrees celsius. She also goes over the ramifications of the warmer climate and how it might affect the acidification of the sea.

Check out her video below, the first half is in Icelandic (subtitled) but stick with it, she soon switches to English.

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