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Oceans record highest temperature in May since Copernicus was recorded

According to the Climate Change Service (C3S), sea ice-free May saw the highest temperatures recorded for that month, both on the surface and in the air. Copernicus,

“Signal of Boy Continues to appear in the equatorial Pacific. Temperatures over the ocean are reaching record levels and our data indicates that the mean temperature of all ice-free seas for May 2023 was higher than for any other May,” said C3S Director, Samantha Burgess.

Retreating ice forces to redesign the maps of the Arctic and Antarctica

By Third time in 2023, Antarctic sea ice extent reached a record monthly minimum value for the time of year, 17% below average.

Below-average sea ice concentration occurred in the seas of Weddell, Bellingshausen and North Ross, While Amundsen’s sea ice concentration remained above average. For its part, the extent of Arctic sea ice was very close to the average and almost the same as in May 2022.

In its latest monthly newsletter, The c3s, which bases its analysis on billions of measurements from satellites, ships, aircraft and weather stations around the world, notes that last month was the second warmest May globally, off just 0.1 degree Celsius from the first month.

on land, average temperature They were near normal over most of Europe, although parts of Canada, Africa and Southeast Asia were much warmer than normal, while Australia and northwestern India to southern Siberia were much cooler.

According to the United Nations, by 2050, the temperature of the Arctic will increase between 3 and 5 degrees

On the other hand, it was a month may be more wet Above average over most of southern Europe and western Iceland, with flooding in Italy and the western Balkans.

In contrast, in most Iberian Peninsula, Drier than average conditions were observed over much of Denmark, the Baltics, southern Scandinavia and western Russia.

out of Europe, May was drier than average over large parts of North America, Central Russia, East and Southeast Asia, the Horn of Africa, Southern Africa, Australia and South America.

areas wetter than average They were southeastern and southwestern North America, southeastern Africa, southern Brazil, Pakistan, and New Zealand.

spring sackl, the report said, was drier than average over the Iberian Peninsula and most of Eastern Europe, while Iceland, Ireland, most of the UK, Italy and most of Central and Southeastern Europe had wetter conditions.

Meteorologists confirm that the Arctic has reached a record temperature of 38 degrees

Outside Europe, it was wetter than average over the western and southeastern United States, parts of the Horn of Africa, the Arabian Peninsula and parts of central Asia, northern Australia, and western southern Africa.

rest of North Americamajority of South America And much of southern Africa experienced drier than average conditions.

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