You may not have noticed recently, and quite honestly, who would blame you? Especially with all the extracurricular activities going on, ie cooking live babies in ovens and gang-raping and murdering their mothers. . . That kind of thing—So it's quite understandable if you have let your guard down. Nothing is more important than the little babies and their mothers of course, and, the depravity of some has in many ways changed the world forever. Whatever your thoughts are on what's happening in the Middle East at the moment it should be clear to you that radical Islam is demonic and don't let the woke brigade tell you otherwise.
Ok, sorry about the rant, back on topic! 2023 will be the hottest year ever, by far—The last 9 years including 2023 have been the hottest ever recorded in 174 years! Summer and Autumn 2023 were the hottest ever recorded in 174 years—Each of the last 6 months has been individually their hottest month ever recorded. The three hottest days ever recorded on the planet happened on the 3rd 4th and 5th of July this summer. . .
You may or may not be aware but The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, (NOAA) revealed last week—That, November 2023 was the warmest November, ever recorded and—2023 has a 99.9999999% chance of being the warmest year ever recorded.
NOAA also claimed that—November marked the sixth month in a row of record-warm months for 2023. For the eighth consecutive month, the global ocean-surface temperature also set a record high. November 2023 marked the 47th consecutive November and the 537th consecutive month with temperatures above the 20th-century average. Africa, Asia and South America all had their warmest Novembers on record. North America had its second-warmest.
Coincidently, October 2023 was also the warmest ever recorded, NOAA also claimed October saw 15 named tropical systems form around the world, which was above the 1991–2020 average of 12. Nine of those reached tropical cyclone strength (sustained winds of 74 mph or higher), and seven reached major tropical cyclone strength (sustained winds of 111 mph or higher). Both Super Typhoon Bolaven in the West Pacific and Hurricane Otis in the East Pacific reached Category 5 strength (sustained winds of 157 mph or higher).
How did September do? Yes!—You guessed, September 2023 was Earth’s warmest September ever recorded.
More sea ice records were broken: NOAA: September 2023 set a record for the lowest global September sea ice extent (coverage) on record, beating the previous record low from September 2016. This primarily resulted from record-low sea ice in the Antarctic, which saw its fifth consecutive month with record-low sea ice coverage. The Arctic sea ice extent for September 2023 ranked as the fifth smallest in the satellite record at 1.69 million square miles, or 470,000 square miles below the 1991–2020 average.
Seventeen named storms occurred across the globe in September: Seven of the 17 named storms reached tropical cyclone strength (sustained winds of 74 mph or higher), and four reached major tropical cyclone strength (sustained winds of 111 mph or higher). The global accumulated cyclone energy was about 70% of the 1991-2020 average for September. Ten named storms were active in the Atlantic during September, which tied 2010 and 2020 for the most on record.The world sweltered through its hottest August ever—Both hemispheres saw record-warm seasons—Nineteen named storms occurred across the globe in August 2023, which is tied for the third most for August since 1981. Eight of those reached major tropical cyclone strength (sustained winds of 111 mph or higher), which ties August 2015 for the most August storms on record. The Atlantic, with six storms in August including two hurricanes, had activity that was considered above normal by all metrics. The East Pacific basin saw six named storms, including three major hurricanes, while the West Pacific saw seven storms, six of which became typhoons.