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    Default June 2019: Earth's Hottest June on Record

    June 2019 was the planet's warmest June since record keeping began in 1880, said NOAA's National Centers for Environmental Information (NCEI) on Tuesday. NASA also rated June 2019 as the warmest June on record, well of ahead of the previous record set in 2015.

    The global heat in June is especially impressive and significant given that only a weak (and weakening) El Niño event was in place. As human-produced greenhouse gases continue to heat up our planet, most global heat records are set during El Niño periods, because the warm waters that spread upward and eastward across the surface of the tropical Pacific during El Niño transfer heat from the ocean to the atmosphere.

    Global ocean temperatures during June 2019 were tied with 2016 for warmest on record, according to NOAA, and global land temperatures were the warmest on record.

    Global satellite-measured temperatures in June 2019 for the lowest 8 km of the atmosphere were the warmest or second warmest in the 41-year record, according to RSS and the University of Alabama Huntsville (UAH), respectively.

    As of July 15, July 2019 was on track to be the warmest month in Earth’s history (in absolute terms, not in terms of temperature departure from average)--just ahead of the record set in July 2017.


    https://www.wunderground.com/cat6/Ju...st-June-Record

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    The Confederacy will be the hottest region by far, sad


    https://weather.com/forecast/nationa..._ven=hp-slot-2

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    NOAA ? HAHAHAHAHA
    "Those who vote decide nothing. Those who count the vote decide everything." Joseph Stalin
    The USA has lost WWIV to China with no other weapons but China Virus and some cash to buy democrats.

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    Default Climate Experts Warn of Spike In Very Hot Days

    More than half the US was under excessive heat warnings on Friday amid a brutal heatwave – which experts warned could become the “new normal” because of the climate crisis.

    Forecasters warned of “very dangerous heat” as temperatures rose to 100F (37.7C) – particularly in urban areas where the mass of buildings creates “heat islands”. Alerts were in place in states as far reaching as New Mexico and Maine.

    The worst of the heatwave is expected to be felt in Washington DC, Richmond, Virginia and Raleigh, North Carolina, where air temperatures of about 100F are predicted on Saturday and Sunday, with a heat index – which is closer to what the temperature actually feels like – of 110 to 115F (43.3 to 46.1C).

    A heat “dome” of hot and humid weather is roasting the midwest. The high humidity makes it more difficult for the human body to cool itself down by sweating, because perspiration does not evaporate easily in the moist air.

    167 million people are under a heat advisory or excessive heat warning said the National Weather Service.

    A NWS meteorologist said, “It’s very dangerous heat. It’s not just how hot it’s going to get in the day – overnight temperatures are only falling into the mid 70s to low 80s. So the big problem, of course, is going to be urban areas because of the ‘heat islands’ that you get.”

    June this year was the hottest month in history, a record that could be broken by July. The number of extremely hot days in the US could more than double as the impact of the climate crisis is felt according to a new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists.

    Heatwaves are likely to become common as heating across the globe increases their strength and likelihood, and as the impact is felt by millions in the US and by agriculture.


    Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...climate-crisis


    I hope that useless global warming denier Okie asshole Inhofe can find another snowball for the US Senate floor

    fuck these g'damn hicks

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    Wow, one month....

    That means what? There were records over a hundred years ago... What do those mean?

    We have been declining from a supposed ice age... What does that mean?

    The global weather has been changing for hundreds and thousands of years. What does that mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reagansghost View Post
    More than half the US was under excessive heat warnings on Friday amid a brutal heatwave – which experts warned could become the “new normal” because of the climate crisis.

    Forecasters warned of “very dangerous heat” as temperatures rose to 100F (37.7C) – particularly in urban areas where the mass of buildings creates “heat islands”. Alerts were in place in states as far reaching as New Mexico and Maine.

    The worst of the heatwave is expected to be felt in Washington DC, Richmond, Virginia and Raleigh, North Carolina, where air temperatures of about 100F are predicted on Saturday and Sunday, with a heat index – which is closer to what the temperature actually feels like – of 110 to 115F (43.3 to 46.1C).

    A heat “dome” of hot and humid weather is roasting the midwest. The high humidity makes it more difficult for the human body to cool itself down by sweating, because perspiration does not evaporate easily in the moist air.

    167 million people are under a heat advisory or excessive heat warning said the National Weather Service.

    A NWS meteorologist said, “It’s very dangerous heat. It’s not just how hot it’s going to get in the day – overnight temperatures are only falling into the mid 70s to low 80s. So the big problem, of course, is going to be urban areas because of the ‘heat islands’ that you get.”

    June this year was the hottest month in history, a record that could be broken by July. The number of extremely hot days in the US could more than double as the impact of the climate crisis is felt according to a new report from the Union of Concerned Scientists.

    Heatwaves are likely to become common as heating across the globe increases their strength and likelihood, and as the impact is felt by millions in the US and by agriculture.


    Read more: https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/...climate-crisis


    I hope that useless global warming denier Okie asshole Inhofe can find another snowball for the US Senate floor

    fuck these g'damn hicks
    How do you know global climate won't go cold again?

    You're a retard for ignoring global weather.

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    I meant global climate, not weather....

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