July was the hottest month ever recorded

July was the hottest month ever recorded

United States government scientists  confirmed that July was the hottest month on record, edging out the previous record-holder, July 2016. The most unusual average temperatures took place in Alaska, western Canada and central Russia, where temperatures were at least 2 C warmer than average, according to NOAA. At the same time, despite powerful heat waves in Europe, the continent marked only the 15th-hottest July on record. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration tallied up global land and sea temperature recordings from 2019's seventh month and compared them to its 140-year data set, stretching back to 1880. The global average temperature…
Read More Here
July was the warmest month ever recorded worldwide

July was the warmest month ever recorded worldwide

July this year was the warmest month ever recorded worldwide, satellite data has confirmed. BBC reports that the assessment was carried out by researchers at the EU's Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S). Scientists say it's the latest sign that Earth is experiencing unprecedented warming. Scorching heatwaves saw records tumble across Europe last month, with unusually high temperatures within the Arctic Circle as well. Globally, July 2019 was marginally warmer - by 0.04 degrees Celsius (0.072 Fahrenheit) - than the previous hottest month on record, July 2016. via BBC
Read More Here