Extreme hot weather and the profession of a fruit juice seller in Ledokombo
The recent extreme hot weather that has hit parts of Asia has affected many of our activities, especially those that are outdoors. Based on the general theory caused by several factors, namely:
1. El Niño weather pattern, El Niño is a phenomenon of ocean temperature in the Pacific that can affect weather patterns around the world. During an El Niño period, warmer ocean temperatures can lead to hot weather and drought in Southeast Asia.
2. Air pollution, Air pollution can lead to extreme heat by reducing the spread of sunlight and increasing the temperature at the Earth's surface. This condition often occurs in big cities in Southeast Asia, where air pollution is a big problem.
3. Climate change, Climate change can also affect the weather in this region. In recent years, extreme weather events such as heatwaves and floods have occurred in various countries in Southeast Asia, and this may be related to climate change.
4. Human activities, Human activities such as deforestation and urbanization can trigger climate change and exacerbate weather conditions. In addition, habits related to the use of fossil energy can also trigger global warming and higher temperatures in this region.
However, any extreme weather event is also affected by many factors, including geographic location, wind direction and more. Therefore, it is important to pay attention to weather and climate information issued by local authorities and prepare well for extreme weather. Global warming has always been the culprit for high air temperatures in an area. Now, that warming is driving heatwaves to become more frequent and more severe across Asia. "The heat was caused by a huge high pressure 'building' from the Bay of Bengal to the Philippine Sea." said Nicolls, an Accu Weather Meteorologist.
This condition was taken advantage of by Solhadiyah, who lives on Jalan Stasiun, Krajan, Sumberlesung Village, (maps) district Ledokombo to sell fresh fruit juice. Her profession, which she has been engaged in since four years ago, is still consistently carried out by her for a livelihood other than her husband selling mobile chicken cilok snacks. Buyers other than local residents are people who are on their way to the Ledokombo sub-district and its surroundings.