The warm beginning of 2023 went on with last month’s positioning as the world’s fourth-hottest February in 174 years.
Last month likewise wrapped up an exceptionally warm December-February season for the planet as worldwide ocean ice set a record low for February, as per researchers from NOAA’s Public Habitats for Natural Data.
Here’s more from NOAA’s most recent month-to-month worldwide environment report:
Environment by the Numbers: February 2023 | Season (December 2022 – February 2023)
The February worldwide land and sea surface temperature was 1.75 degrees F (0.97 a degree C) over the twentieth-century normal of 53.9 degrees F (12.1 degrees C), positioning as the fourth-hottest February in the worldwide environment record.
We are starting to see some of the outcomes of our actions toward the planet! We need to stop climate change and pollution now before it is too late and global warming significantly increases!
Author: Sri Nihal Tammana
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