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Monday, July 15, 2024


    The 6th of July was recognised as the ‘hottest day’ in the globe.

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    The “hottest day on record” was July 6, with a worldwide average temperature of 17.23 C (63 F), breaking the previous high of 17.18 C (62.9 F) on July 4 and 5.

    Global temperatures smashed records three times in a row in the same week, according to statistics released by the University of Maine in the United States.

    The average air temperature in Antarctica for the week was 4.5 degrees Celsius (40.1 degrees Fahrenheit) higher than the typical average.

    Meanwhile, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration stated that it does not have the capability to validate the climate analysis data acquired by the University of Maine through computer simulation.

    However, it was said that the world is experiencing a hot time as a result of climate change.

    Previously, the highest average temperature was registered at 16.9 C (62.4 F) in 2016, according to official meteorological service data from the United States.

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