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February was Earth’s warmest month on record as global warmth continues - BNO News


February was Earth’s warmest month on record as global warmth continues - BNO News - The average temperature across global land and ocean surfaces was 56.08°F (13.31°C) in February, which is 2.18°F (1.21°C) above the 20th century average. This makes it not only the warmest month ever recorded, it also sets a record for the highest departure from a monthly average.

During the month of February, much of North and South America experienced warmer to much warmer than average conditions, with the average temperature in Alaska rising a record 12.4°F (6.9°C). Large parts of Europe, meanwhile, experienced a month marked by both warmer temperatures and above-average precipitation.

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