In July this year, global surface temperatures were 0.87 degrees above the 20th century average.
July 2022 as will go down in history 6th warmest July on Earth’s surfaceSince the start of the historical series of global temperatures in 1880. These data have been collected in the latest monthly weather report from the US agency NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration).
This highlights that surface temperature Global In July this year it was 0.87 degrees above the 20th century average.he is 15.8 degrees. And that’s it, five of the hottest ever recorded joules have arrived. From 2016. In addition, the previous month became the 46th consecutive July and the 451st consecutive month, where the temperature remained high. 20th century average on the planet’s surface.
During July he hotter than usual in most of the planet. There record North and South America, South and East Asia, Europe, and parts of the Western and South Pacific. Also, a wonderful summer greetings very impressed europa even more Countries across the continent, including Spain, Italy, Portugal and the United KingdomBreaks heat records in July.
hottest July in Spain
The previous month was the second warmest July in North America, third in Asia, fourth in South America, sixth in Europe and thirteenth in Africa, while it happened Coldest in Oceania since 2012.
By country, it became Warmest July ever recorded in Spain and Portugal Third in the United States and France, fourth and seventh in New Zealand United Kingdom (which reached 40 degrees for the first time).
Antarctica also had an unusually hot JulyAccording to the National Snow and Ice Data Center. Temperatures across most of the continent and the east coast, except the northern Ross Sea, were one to four degrees above average, which was about four degrees cooler than normal.