Why Was 536 The Worst Year of All For Mankind According To Science

One Of The Coldest Summers

6. One Of The Coldest Summers

Can someone say oxymoron?

Much like the ‘year without summer’ in 1816, which was also caused by a volcanic eruption, summer temperatures in 536 fell between 1.5°C to 2.5°C in the Northern hemisphere with China recording snowfall in August of that year.

This sudden projection of cold weather initiated the coldest decade in the past 2,300 years.

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