Edison, the United Kingdom’s largest producer of electricity generation, has begun posting information on its web site, where the latest weather information is posted daily.
Edison said it is publishing information about the weather and climate from the U.S. and Canada, and from around the world, at the same time.
It also will post weather forecasts, as well as a daily list of events, including the hottest temperatures and most intense thunderstorms.
The U.K. and other countries, including Canada, Australia and New Zealand, are seeing the effects of El Niño weather conditions, and some of the latest information is available to the public through the Edisons Web site.
In the U, the National Weather Service is reporting an average temperature of 41 degrees Celsius (86 degrees Fahrenheit) in the United states and 40 degrees Celsius in the U., while the Australian Bureau of Meteorology says it is in the low 40s.
The site also includes daily weather forecasts and a weekly weather alert.
It says that the weather alerts are available to all users, including those who do not subscribe to a news service such as Weather Underground.
Edisons website has not posted a weather alert since December 19, 2010, when the last major storm in the state, the Hurricane Sandy, struck the coast.