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May just broke multiple heat records

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[h=1]May continues hot streak of monthly global temperatures[/h]

May 2016 monthly average temperature anomalies, compared to the 20th Century average. Credit: NASA GISS

Thursday, June 16, 2016, 6:41 PM - El Niño may have dissipated, but global warming is still pressing on, turning May into the next hottest month in the longest streak of hottest months ever recorded.
The latest global temperature analysis has been released by NOAA, the US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and May 2016 is another record-breaker.
Hottest month of May on record, at +0.87[SUP]o[/SUP]C above the 20th century average from NOAA and +0.98[SUP]o[/SUP]C according to NASA (The Japan Meteorological Agency records it at +0.74[SUP]o[/SUP]C, which ties their record for May 2015)
Hottest March-April-May (northern spring/southern fall) across the globe, over both land and oceans, and in both hemispheres, at +1.06[SUP]o[/SUP]C over the 20th century average according to NOAA and +1.12[SUP]o[/SUP]C according to NASA. By NOAA's records, this is the first time that spring temperatures have exceeded +1.0[SUP]o[/SUP]C above the 20th century average.
Hottest year-to-date, Jan-May, on record, coming in at +1.08[SUP]o[/SUP]C above the 20th century average
• Now sustains a 13-month string of record-breaking hottest months, since May 2015, continuing the longest such string of broken records in NOAA's 137-year tally of global temperatures (April's 12-month streak was the previous record).

Read more at:http://www.theweathernetwork.com/ne...es-hot-streak-of-monthly-global-temperatures/
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