Photo: thekievtimes.ua September was the warmest in the entire history of observations

The average global air temperature over ocean and land last September was 0.95°C above long-term average for the twentieth century.

September 2019 was the warmest on the planet for all 140 years of observations. On Wednesday, October 16, according to the National oceanic and atmospheric administration.

It is noted that the average global air temperature over ocean and land last September was 0.95°C above long-term average for the twentieth century, September-2019 have also been 43 consecutive September and 417 consecutive month with temperatures above the average the twentieth century.

The first nine months of this year were the second warmest on record. The average global temperature was 0.94°C above average for the twentieth century. It was warmer only in 2016.

We will remind, on Tuesday, October 15, in Kiev set a new temperature record.

September in Kiev was warmer than normal. The hottest day was September 3, when the maximum temperature reached +31,3°, and the coldest – September 24. In the morning the thermometer showed +2,0°.

 

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