Earth has just had its hottest month still and the heat of wrecking records shows no signs of stopping.
According to NASA, the average global surface temperature for July was 0.84 degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit 1.51 degrees above average. This exceeds all previous joules, in July 2011 coming in second at 0.74 degrees Celsius above the average.
The great anomaly seen in July 2016 means that the month was the hottest on Earth since instrumental records began in 1880.
July is typically the hottest month planet of the year due to the fact that the northern hemisphere has more land than the southern hemisphere, so the summer in the northern hemisphere the warmest month.
July is now the tenth month in a row to be the hottest month in the database of the NASA record.
Today it is virtually certain that will beat 2016 2015 for the dubious distinction of warmest year on record.
NASA is not the only organization that tracks global temperatures, and their methods differ slightly from the others.
If the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) also finds that July was the hottest of the month on record and the warmest overall month, mean that the last 15 months have each set of records – . A feat unprecedented in its database
Heat in the last two years has been caused by climate change caused by man with the momentum of an El Niño event, which has now vanished.
However, the record heat, clearly, continues.
The (alleged) Register hot year 2016 has brought flood disasters in the US, the last of which is still devastating parts of Louisiana as well as China.
Meanwhile, the world’s oceans are suffering through global coral bleaching longest in history.
La Niña can temporarily interrupt fever
Climate projections show that the odds favor a weak girl to develop in the tropical Pacific Ocean. If this happens, it would be expected to hold global temperature anomalies and possibly disrupt the constant string of record warm months, at least for a while.
Indeed, deviations from the average global temperature average had declined in recent months, despite July marks an increase compared to June, NASA found.
You can think of El Niño as driver presses the accelerator pedal in a car all the way to the ground, while La Niña is more like a driver continues to press the gas, but at a more moderate pace .
However, even years of La Niña have been warming as a result of global warming in the long term, and it is possible the development of La Niña could set a record for the mildest year La Niña.
For climate scientists, what matters is the long-term trend for decades or centuries, so the much less significant monthly records compared to the steady increase in temperatures throughout the centuries 20 and 21.
the long-term record shows an unmistakable trend rise in global temperature, with accelerated warming of the oceans and the atmosphere in recent decades.
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