- Weather service Copernicus said September 2020 was 0.05 celsius hotter than September 2019 on average, setting a new world record.
Scientists told BBC News this is a sign that temperatures continue to climb because of humans.
- Experts told WION that the rising numbers led to wildfires in Australia and the U.S., as well as disturbing weather trends throughout the world.
- Indeed, as I wrote about before, California’s Death Valley recorded the world’s hottest day ever at 130 degrees Fahrenheit.
- “One degree of heating is dangerous for some people, as we’ve seen,” he said. “Two degrees is more dangerous still, and three degrees even more dangerous. We really don’t want to find out what that’ll be like.”