The global average temperature was 17.01 degrees on July 3, surpassing the record temperature of 16.9 degrees set in August 2016.
July 3, when the global average temperature was measured at 17.01 degrees, the highest ever recorded in the world. the warmest day It is registered as.
Yesterday’s record temperature surpassed the 16.9 degrees Celsius measured in August 2016, according to data from the US Weather Service’s National Center for Environmental Protection (NCEP).
In this period when extreme heat waves caused by human-induced climate change are showing their impact across the globe, July 3 was the hottest day on record.
in the past weeks United States of America While China was affected by the heat wave, China suffers from temperatures exceeding 35 degrees. influence in India extreme heat It caused the death of more than 150 people.
According to the official Iranian News Agency (IRNA), temperatures in the cities of Zhik and Harmend reached 50 degrees.
The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) announced the onset of El Niño conditions today. In the statement of the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), which said that El Niño will accelerate the increase in global temperature, it was stated that weather conditions in different parts of the world will be affected, and that early warning systems are essential for the safety of life.
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