- July was hottest month on record for the globe
- Analysis confirms 15 consecutive months of record-breaking heat
If June was unprecedented and undeniable with it becoming the 14 consecutive month of record heat for the globe, July chips in with the 15th consecutive month of record heat as the planet buckles from planet change...
As heat waves, fires, floods, storms, drought continued to hit the headlines in July, Kuwait tied the world’s highest known temperature at 129.2 degrees (54 Celsius) at the end of July, while one month's rain fell in two hours and destroyed Ellicott City maine street in Maryland killing two, along with 40 dead from lightning strikes in Odisha, India, 50 people dead or missing from landslides in Nepal.
More than one years rain fell in less than a day in China, killing 225 with a further 225,000 trapped.
A deadly Texas heat wave killed four, while heat waves in Europe climbed above 40C, 105F.
A new record, as ten thousand lightning flashes lit up Hong Kong's night sky in July, hundreds killed in torrential rains in India.. the records just kept tumbling.
NOAA's latest global weather report confirms July was hottest month on record for the globe...
July 2016 was 1.57 degrees F above the 20th-century average, breaking last year’s record for the warmest July on record by 0.11 degrees F, according to scientists from NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information.
This was the 15th month in a row to break a monthly heat record, surpassing July 2015 as the warmest month ever on record.
Records date back 137 years to 1880.
For the year to date, the average global temperature was 1.85 degrees F above the 20th-century average.
This was the highest temperature for this period, breaking the previous record set in 2015 by 0.34 degrees F.
Some more notable findings around the world include:
The globally averaged sea surface temperature was record high for July and the year to date (January–July).
The globally averaged land surface temperature tied with 1998 as record high for July and record high for the year to date.
Near-record-warm continents: Asia had its second warmest July; Oceania its fourth, North America its fifth, and Africa and Europe their seventh.
The average Arctic sea ice extent for July was 16.9 percent below the 1981–2010 average.
This was the third smallest July extent since records began in 1979.
The average Antarctic sea ice extent for July was 0.2 percent above the 1981–2010 average, marking the smallest July Antarctic sea ice extent since 2011 and the 19th smallest on record.
NOAA's full report here
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Scorched Earth! A week after Kuwait tied the world’s highest known temperature UAE temperature hits 50C, 122F
One month's rain in two hours destroys Ellicott City maine street in Maryland killing two
40 people killed 35 others injured due to lightning strikes in Odisha, India
Spanish high season on alert as temperatures set to soar to above 42 C (108 Degrees)
37 people dead 26 missing and 2,000 houses destroyed from floods and landslides in Nepal
Temperatures to hit 110 degrees (43C) during the weekend in the San Fernando Valley
Astounding statistics! Over one years rain in one day kills 225, 250,000 trapped and 53,000 houses destroyed in China
Kuwait tie's the world’s highest known temperature this week at 129.2 degrees (54 Celsius).
India –124 Dead 55,000 dead cattle and 336,555 damaged homes after monsoon rains
Two weeks after heavy rain left 128 people dead another 100 dead or missing in new China floods
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Deadly Texas heat wave kills four and is the hottest summer since 1994
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Parts of Europe on alert as a heatwave moves in with some parts hitting 40C (104F)
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