“Overall, July 2023 was 0.24 degrees Celsius warmer than any other July on NASA’s record, and 1.18 degrees warmer than the average July between 1951 and 1980,” the NASA statement said. expressions were used.
Stating that South America, North Africa, North America and some parts of the Antarctic Peninsula are especially hot, NASA stated that there are temperature increases of about 4 degrees above the average in these regions.
In July 2023, which broke a record in temperature, it was revealed that the long-term anthropogenic warming trend, which has become especially evident in the last 40 years, continues.
According to the surface air temperature data obtained from NASA’s meteorology stations, it was emphasized that the 5th hottest July month since 1880 has been experienced in the last 5 years.