September 2016 hottest on record: NASA

Oct 30, 2016

September month was the warmest in 136 years of record-keeping, Nasa has said
 
WASHINGTON: Last month was the warmest September in 136 years of record-keeping, meaning 11 of the past 12 consecutive months dating back to October last year have set new monthly high-temperature records, NASA said.According to a monthly analysis of global temperatures by scientists at NASA in the US, September 2016's temperature was a razor-thin 0.004 degrees Celsius warmer than the previous warmest September in 2014.
 
The record-warm September means 11 of the past 12 consecutive months dating back to October 2015 have set new monthly high-temperature records Updates to the input data have meant that June 2016, previously reported to have been the warmest June on record, is, in GISS's updated analysis, the third warmest June behind 2015 and 1998 after receiving additional temperature readings fromAntarctica

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