July was recorded as the ‘hottest month’ in the Northern Hemisphere

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) reported that July was the “warmest month” on record in the Northern Hemisphere and that sea ice in the Arctic declined to its “lowest level.”

WMO Spokesperson Clare Nullis said at a press conference held at the United Nations (UN) Geneva Office that, according to weather station records, Western and Central Europe witnessed another scorching heat wave last week.

Stating that the temperature of 54.4 degrees Celsius (130 Fahrenheit) measured by the weather station in the Furnace Creek region in Death Valley in California, USA, on Sunday is probably valid, Nullis said, “If confirmed, this would be the highest temperature on Earth since 1931 and ever recorded on the planet.” “It will be the 3rd highest temperature.” he said.

Nullis stated that after the record-breaking temperature of 38 degrees measured in the Siberian town of Verkhoyansk on June 20, a long-term heat wave prevailed in the region, and that if WMO confirms the temperature of 38 degrees, this would be the highest temperature recorded in the Arctic Circle.

Stating that July was the hottest month on record in the Northern Hemisphere, Nullis emphasized that the sea ice in the North Pole decreased to its lowest level.

According to meteorological records, the highest temperature in the world was measured as 56.7 degrees Celsius in July 1913 at Furnace Creek in Death Valley in California.

Source: https://www.aa.com.tr/tr/dunya/temmuz-ayi-kuzey-yarimkurede-en-sicak-ay-olarak-kayitlara-gecti/1945972

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