NOAA has confirmed that June is the hottest on Earth


It was last month The warmest June of the planet The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said on Thursday in its monthly climate update since global temperature records began in 1850. From one report: The agency is forecasting unusually warm temperatures for most of the United States in August, except for the northern Great Plains. According to the European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service, the first two weeks of July could be the warmest on Earth at any time in human history.

Many daily temperature records were set in June in the southern United States, particularly in Texas and Louisiana. In June, temperatures in Laredo, Texas, reached 100 degrees on more than 20 days. Austin, El Paso and San Antonio each reached triple digits for more than 10 days. The temperature index, including humidity, exceeded 100 several times in all these cities. Extreme heat can be dangerous to anyone’s body, but the elderly and outdoor workers are especially vulnerable. Last year’s summer heat wave in Europe killed 61,000 people on the continent, according to a recent study. This year’s heat and humidity have caused great damage in northern Mexico, and more than 100 people have died from heat-related causes, according to a report by the Federal Ministry of Health.

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