In China, heavy rainfall, typhoon, strong convection and other weather events occur in succession in the flood season of this year, while in the East Asian monsoon region, extreme weather events such as rainstorm also occur. Looking at the global high temperature, rainstorm, hurricane and flood, are these weather and climate events “clustered”? Let’s have a look! Recently, affected by continuous heavy rainfall, many places in South Korea have been attacked by rainstorms, causing natural disasters such as mountain torrents and mudslides, and seriously damaging the central and southwestern regions. At the same time, typhoon “Rose”, the fifth typhoon of this year, landed in the south of South Korea on August 10, causing more than 10000 facilities to be damaged and more than 7000 people were relocated. This year’s rainy season in India has not been quiet. Heavy rainfall caused serious natural disasters such as flood and debris flow. In July, heavy rainfall brought severe floods to India, affecting at least hundreds of thousands of people. On August 7, a heavy rainstorm caused a geological disaster in the tea garden in Yidu County, Kerala State, India, killing dozens of people. Since August 5 local time, rainstorms and hail have swept across Thessaloniki, Kozani and other places in northern Greece. Starting from the afternoon of August 8, the central Greek island of Evia was also hit by a storm. The rainfall in some areas reaches 80% of the annual precipitation in a few hours. Heavy rainfall caused floods and other disasters, a large number of houses were submerged. < p > < p > on August 9, torrential rain hit the southeastern coast of Australia, causing hundreds of people to evacuate, thousands of homes to lose power and many schools to close. Rainfall reached 300 mm on the south coast of New South Wales. The state emergency service issued flood evacuation orders to communities near the shoerheiwen river that night, hundreds of people evacuated their homes, and many local schools were temporarily closed. In addition to the heavy rainfall, the strong wind also knocked down many trees and damaged several houses. On the night of August 9, 13500 consumers were cut off power, according to the local power department. Recently, tropical storm Isaias has hit Puerto Rico, causing serious floods, mudslides and other disasters. About 400000 homes in Puerto Rico are without electricity and at least 150000 have no water. Isaias is the ninth tropical storm in the Atlantic hurricane season in 2020. On June 20, a high temperature of 38 ℃ was measured in verkhoyansk, a small town in Siberia, Russia, in the Arctic Circle, breaking the record of the highest temperature in the Arctic circle. Recently, the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announced that due to the long-term high temperature in Siberia, large-scale forest fires have occurred in the Arctic Circle for the second consecutive year. “Parts of Siberia have risen above 30 ℃ again recently, and the temperature is higher than many parts of Florida in the United States,” said Claire naris, WMO spokesman. And the effects of continued high temperatures in the Arctic go beyond that. The polar regions will have an impact on the climate and environment in low latitudes. ” < p > < p > France is no exception. The temperature in many places is close to 40 ℃ – the temperature record of brivragellard in the southwest is breaking the record, reaching 40.8 ° C. The heat wave has also exacerbated the drought in France, especially in the East. < / P > < p > high temperature attacks the Middle East! This summer, extreme weather forced millions of people out of their homes, overburdening the power grid and breaking many temperature records. On July 28, the temperature in Baghdad, Iraq, soared to 51.8 ℃, breaking the record of 51 ℃ set on July 30, 2015. Many places in Saudi Arabia also set new high temperature records. Recently, forest fires have caused serious damage to the United States, and the fire is still burning vigorously, and there seems to be no sign of extinction. As of the afternoon of August 3 local time, the burning area of “Apple wildfire” in riverside county and San Bernardino County of California has exceeded 10000 hectares. < p > < p > on August 6, the NOAA Climate Prediction Center said the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season could be “extremely active,” with 19 to 25 named storms with sustained winds of 39 miles per hour or more, including three to six strong hurricanes with sustained winds of 111 miles per hour or more.