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July breaks all the records of hottest month: EU climate observatory

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PARIS: July was the hottest month ever recorded on Earth, the European Union’s climate overlook verified on Tuesday (Aug 8).

Pronounced by heat waves and fires each around the world, the former month was0.33 stages Celsius advanced than the story set in July 2019 when the moderate temperature was16.63 stages Celsius (32 Fahrenheit), it spoke.

“The month was0.72 stages Celsius warmer than the 1991- 2020 normal for July,” it spoke.

Around1.2 stages Celsius of global warming since the late 1800s, driven by the burning of fossil energies, has made heat swells hotter, longer and more constant, as well as enhancing other rainfall axes like storms and cataracts.

“Heat waves were endured in multitudinous regions of the Northern Hemisphere, involving southern Europe. Well-below moderate temperatures passed over several South American nations and around much of Antarctica,” the EU climate overlook Copernicus spoke.

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