BRUSSELS – This year is on track to become the hottest year on record surface temperature increasing by
Since the average surface temperature has been rising worldwide, temperature to date this year 0.52 degrees Celsius high
According to the Copernicus Climate Change Service of the European Union, the temperature is higher than the usual average.
The global temperature
The temperature from January to September is 1.4 degrees Celsius. higher than the preindustrial average (from the year temperatures to record highs
Between the years 1850 and 1900, the institute stated that global temperatures are reaching record highs due to the effects of climate change. temperatures to new record fluctuations in daily
Changes in seasons and immediate weather conditions also impact the variability of daily occurrences. temperature movements.
The previous month experienced the highest temperatures ever recorded for September. record
On a global scale, the average temperature has increased by 0.93 degrees Celsius. temperature mean
From 1991 to 2020, for the same month, and the global average. temperature
The warmest month of the year was unusually warm compared to other months. year
The ERA5 dataset includes data from as early as 1940.
year of the La Nina climate pattern
Experts have stated that the combination of climate change and the appearance of the La Nina weather phenomenon this year
Recent hurricanes have been intensified by the El Nino, a climatic phenomenon that causes an increase in temperature of the surface waters in the central and eastern Pacific Ocean. record–breaking temperatures.
“The unprecedented temperatures for the time of year trend
Noted in September – in accordance with a pattern. record summer – have broken record to
This exceptional month has resulted in a significant increase. It has been a record-breaking month. 2023 the
receiving end of the not-so-prestigious award for being in first place track
to have the highest temperature year
The temperature is approximately 1.4 degrees Celsius higher than the average before industrialization. temperature
“The statement was made by Samantha Burgess, Deputy Director of Copernicus,” said Burgess.
As we approach COP28, the need for ambitious climate action is growing more urgent than ever before, according to her statement about the United Nations Climate Change Conference.
Last year was not a record year
Even though the Earth’s temperature was 1.2 degrees Celsius higher than before the Industrial Revolution, the year before was even warmer. record
during the years 2016 and 2020 temperature
The average temperature was 1.25 degrees Celsius. higher.
The typical temperature of the ocean’s surface is temperature
The average temperature for the month of September between 60°S and 60°N was recorded as 20.92°C. highest on record day
on the second day of September highest across all months, behind August 2023, Copernicus said.
The body’s evaluation relies on numerous readings from satellites, ships, aircraft, and weather stations.
The amount of sea ice in the Antarctic Ocean stayed unusually low, breaking previous records. record low level for the time of year
According to Reuters, the extent of Arctic Sea ice is currently 18% lower than the average.