October 2019, the world’s hottest October ever

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Last month was officially the hottest October on record, Copernicus Climate Change Service announced on Tuesday, mentioning that it is the fifth month in a row that has exceeded or got close to a record level of temperatures.

The temperatures in October 2019 have exceeded by 0.63C the average temperature of the benchmark period 1981-2000.

June 2019 has been the hottest month of June on record, while July this year has also reached an all-time record. The June-August average temperature for Europe was close to 1.1ºC above the 1981-2010 norm, making it the fourth warmest summer since at least 1979.

September 2019 have also been declared as the hottest months ever reported. Globally September 2019 was 0.57 C warmer than the 1981-2010 average, as warm as the warmest September ever, which was in 2016.

The last four years have been the hottest years on record on Earth.
Copernicus Service also informed that in the last 12 months, temperatures were above average over almost all of Europe. Globally, the twelve-month period from September 2018 to August 2019 was 0.54°C warmer than the 1981-2010 average.

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