this october Hottest ever recorded in Europe Since the historical temperature sequence for the continent began in 1910 and the same is true for the northern hemisphere as a whole.
This is evident from the US agency’s latest monthly weather report. NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration)The report compiled by .Servimedia shows that Europe’s surface temperature 2.6 degrees above than the average between 1910 and 2000, which was 0.38 degrees higher than before 2020 registration.
More than seven countries of the continent have registered warmer sowing. In fact, last month was the warmest October of the year. Switzerland since the national historical series began in 1865 (3.7 degrees higher than the average from 1991 to 2020), France [Since1945(35more)[1945’tenberi(35tanedaha)Slovenia since 1950 (3.2 more), Spain since 1961 (0.8 more), Austria (2.8 more), Belgium (3.1 more tied with 2001), Luxembourg (2.9 more, with 2006) and Germany (drawn with 2001).
As for other regions, it was the same as last October 2003. Third hottest in AfricaIt ranked 6th after 2015 and 2016. Asia and North Americawhile the coldest since 2013 South America and since 2016 Oceania.
On the other hand, this October was the hottest month on the northern hemisphere’s land surface, surpassing the previous record in 2021 by 0.03 degrees.
Adding ocean temperatures, this hemisphere experienced the second warmest October in 2015, just 0.02 degrees behind 2015.
the world is warmer
Regarding the planet as a whole, last month fourth warmest October since 1880When world history record0.89 degrees above the 20th century average of 14.0 degrees.
The last seven October is among the 10 warmest Octobers in 143 years. This year has been the 46th consecutive October and the 454th consecutive month with temperatures above the 20th century average.
Most of Europe, northern and western North America and northern Asia were warmer than usual in October; in northwestern, eastern and southern Africa and northern Oceania and parts of southern and western Asia.
was there heat records in western and central Europe, western North America, and parts of Africa.
temperature in the sea
temperatures sea surface They were above average across much of the Atlantic; North, West, and Southwest Pacific and Mediterranean, as well as parts of the eastern Indian Ocean.
Overall, September heat records covered about 7.2% of the earth’s surface.
On the other hand, the temperature of the planet’s surface between January and October of this year 0.87 degrees above average The sixth warmest period of the 20th century since 1880, at 14.1 degrees.
The 10 warmest periods recorded from January to October have occurred since 2010. It will likely end this year, according to NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI). Among the 10 most recorded hottestbut only less than 2% chance of being among the five hottest countries since 1880.
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