June 2024 is the 13th consecutive month of record temperatures June 2024 is the 13th consecutive month of record temperatures

June 2024 is the 13th consecutive month of record temperatures

June 2024 is the 13th consecutive month of record temperatures

June 2024 is the 13th consecutive month to set a record for a higher average temperature than equivalent months, according to estimates from the European Copernicus Observatory.

This is the hottest June ever recorded, erasing the record already broken in 2023. In addition, it is the 12th month to exceed 1.5 °C, the threshold set at COP 2015 and signed by almost all states. June temperatures reached record levels worldwide due to the release of greenhouse gases into humanity.

In June 2024, the globe had an average temperature of 62 degrees Fahrenheit (16.66 degrees Celsius), 1.2 degrees (0.67 Celsius) higher than the 30-year average for that month, according to Copernicus.

Global temperature continues to rise at a rapid pace. And records have also been broken by a very large margin in the last 13 months. So this is quite remarkable. : underlines Nicolas Julien, climatologist at Copernicus.

As a result, the oceans have overheated to an unprecedented level, absorbing 90% of the excess heat caused by human activity. In Saudi Arabia, the thermometer exceeded 51°, causing the death of at least 1,300 pilgrims. The extraordinary heat on the surface of the North Atlantic has thus reinforced the power of Beryl, an exceptional hurricane that devastated the Antilles in early July.

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