July 2019 Marks Hottest Month on Record since 1880

(Photo via NOAA)

Burn baby, burn!

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration announced that this July beat out July 2016 for the hottest month ever recorded. The NOAA records began in 1880. They also reported that the top ten hottest July’s have all occurred since 2005.

On Twitter, NOAA shares that the first half of 2019 came in as the second hottest period since 1880.

In other climate change news, the ice in the Arctic Sea is at an all-time low for the month of July.

Check out some of the global climate events that occurred this month.


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