The world experienced the hottest summer on record

The world experienced the hottest summer on record

The world experienced the hottest summer on record

World experienced Heat wave on this hottest summer on record. Asian countries are also not out of the outbreak of Heat Wave Summer.

World experienced Heat wave

The entire world experienced the hottest summer on record. Asian countries are also not out of the outbreak of Heat Wave Summer. Two days ago, Hong Kong revealed that it has passed the hottest summer in its history. However, it's not just the hot summer that this city in China has gone through, nor just the hot summer that Asian countries are going through - the whole world has had one of the heat wave summers in history this year.

Scientists say that this summer's heat has broken all previous records, that too by a large margin.

The European Union's "Copernicus Climate Change Service (CCCS)" has been tracking global temperatures since the 1940s. According to CCCA, the period from June to August 2023 was the hottest summer on earth.

According to CCCS data, the global average summer temperature this year was recorded at 16.77 degrees Celsius or 62.10 degrees Fahrenheit. 0.66°C warmer than the 1990-2020 average and 0.3°C warmer than the 2019 record. Scientists have long accepted such a situation as 'inevitable'. However, this is the first time that scientific information about this has been found.

world experienced hottest summer
This summer, the terrible heat in the Northern Hemisphere made life miserable in parts of the United States, Europe, Japan, and various countries in Asia. In addition to record-breaking wildfires in these regions, sea temperatures have risen at an unprecedented rate.

June was the warmest month on Earth's record this year, with the same record average for July. Both months respectively broke the previous warmest month record by a wide margin. This year also saw the warmest August on record, continuing the same trend.

According to Copernicus, August was the hottest month of the year except for July 2023. The global average temperature for August was 16.82 degrees Celsius, which was 0.31 degrees Celsius higher than the record set in 2016.

Both July and August were warmer, 1.5°C above pre-industrial levels. Scientists have long been warning about this level of warming.

According to scientists, crossing this threshold of warmer temperatures can have devastating effects on climate change on Earth. And in the Southern Hemisphere, this year's winter was also the warmest than ever.

Australia, some South American countries and Antarctica have recorded above average temperatures. Not only on the surface, it has also been observed in the oceans, the global average sea temperature has also increased. As a result, hurricanes in the Atlantic have strengthened and so have typhoons in the Pacific.

Copernicus said the daily average sea temperature record from late July to late August surpassed the previous record set in 2016. In this situation, it is not yet clear whether the year 2023 will be the warmest in the history of the world. However, it is certain that this warming is approaching record temperatures.

With four months left in the year, 2023 has already been recognized as the second warmest year in Earth's history. The 2023 record temperature is only 0.1 degrees Celsius below the 2016 record temperature.

Scientists fear that next year could be even warmer due to El Nino.

Source: CNN

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