Climate change driven by humans made heatwave ‘twice as likely’

Scientists have found that Climate change resulting from human activities made the current Europe-wide heatwave more than twice as likely to occur.
Researchers compared the current high temperatures with historical records from seven weather stations, in different parts of Europe.
They also say the scale of the heatwave in the Arctic is unprecedented.
Researchers looked at data from seven weather stations, in Finland, Denmark, Ireland, the Netherlands, Norway and Sweden.