Recently, Earth confronted extraordinary heat in July. It is the hottest month on record, based on the reports of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The temperature across land and ocean surfaces globally was 1.71 degrees Fahrenheit higher than the average of 60.4.
Some of the noteworthy temperature changes were seen across Alaska, central Europe, northern and southwestern parts of Asia, and portions of Africa and Australia.
Moreover, the temperatures were at least 2.7 degrees Fahrenheit higher than the average.
In addition to that, nine of the 10 hottest Julys have happened since 2005. However, the past five years have set the highest temperatures in history.
According to the experts, July is naturally the world’s hottest month of the year. That’s why it became a contributing factor why last month is the hottest July on the record.
However, temperatures in portions of Scandinavia and western and eastern Russia were at least 2.7 degrees lower than average last month.
These changes in temperatures from different continents of the world is another proof that climate change is real.
The world is now experiencing the effects of global warming as we are nearing the 10-year timeline on when we will fully feel the harmful effects of it.
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