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  1. 4 days ago · Overall, the combined global land and ocean temperature for March 2018 was 0.83°C (1.49°F) above the 20th century average of 12.7°C (54.9°F) and the fifth highest March temperature departure from average in the 139-year record. This value was also 0.40°C (0.72°F) cooler than the record high set in 2016 and was the smallest temperature ...

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    With the contribution of eight consecutive high monthly temperature records set from January to August, and the remainder of the months ranking among their five warmest, 2016 became the warmest year in NOAA's 137-year series. Remarkably, this is the third consecutive year a new global annual temperature record has been set. The average global temperature across land and ocean surface areas for 2016 was 0.94°C (1.69°F) above the 20thcentury average of 13.9°C (57.0°F), surpassing the previous record warmth of 2015 by 0.04°C (0.07°F). The global temperatures in 2016 were majorly influenced by strong El Niño conditions that prevailed at the beginning of the year. This marks the fifth time in the 21st century a new record high annual temperature has been set (along with 2005, 2010, 2014, and 2015) and also marks the 40th consecutive year (since 1977) that the annual temperature has been above the 20th century average. To date, all 16 years of the 21stcentury rank among the seventeen warm...

    The following information was compiled from previous NCEI monitoring reports and public reports by National Hydrometeorological Services (NHMSs; peers of the U.S. National Weather Service), including those submitted to inform the Provisional Status of the Climate in 2016by the World Meteorological Organization. More comprehensive information will be available in the WMO's final Statement, to be released in Spring 2016. The vast majority of the world's land surfaces experienced above-average annual temperatures, as indicated by the Temperature Percentiles map below. Record warmth for the year-to-date was present across Far East Russia, Alaska, far western Canada, a swath of the eastern United States, much of Central America and northern South America, southern Chile, much of eastern and western Africa, north central Siberia, parts of south Asia, much of southeast Asia island nations and Papua New Guinea, and parts of Australia, especially along the northern and eastern coasts. Accord...

    As indicated by the Global Percent of Normal Precipitation and Precipitation Percentiles maps below and as is typical, many stations were wet for the year, while many stations were dry. Also, as discussed below, extreme precipitation and drought events occurred across the world. According to the WMO, major drought affected much of southern Africa. The region experienced two consecutive poor rainy seasons, with rainfall well below average since 2014. The most affected countries included Malawi, Angola, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Madagascar, and Lesotho. Following its wettest December on record (2015), the United Kingdomreceived 152 percent of its average rainfall during January, marking the fourth wettest January there since national records began in 1910. Eastern Scotland observed its second wettest month (January) among all months in its record. The year also began as a wet one in Ireland. Dublin airport reported its wettest January since 1948, with 118.4 mm (4.7 inches) of rain...

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  2. Jan 13, 2022 · Highest 2021 average temperature worldwide: 32.4°C (90.3°F) at Yelimane, Mali; and. Highest 2021 average temperature in the Southern Hemisphere: 29.7°C (85.5°F) at Surabaya Airport, Indonesia. Earth’s record for hottest yearly average temperature was 32.9°C (91.2°F) at Makkah, Saudi Arabia, in 2010 and 2016.

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