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July Becomes the Hottest Month on Earth for 142 Years

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July this year became the hottest month and a record in the history of 142 years of record keeping. The American Space Agency (NASA) calls it the second warmest month, because it’s actually only 0.02 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than July 2016, 2019, and 2020.

The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said that in July, heat waves, droughts and floods occurred as a result of weather disturbances. Some examples that occur such as in western Germany and Belgium.

In July, in the region two, floods and landslides killed more than 900 people. In fact, there are some areas that also experience twice the normal rainfall.

Scientists have long predicted that global warming will result in events such as weather chaos. In India, Nepal, Sudan and Ethiopia, heavy rainfall triggered deadly flooding.

Reported Discover Magazine, although last recorded in July, through August 13, the dry and hot conditions that hit the West have brought untold misery to millions of Americans. Forest fires and smoke that occur from coast to coast.

Statistics from the National Interagency Fire Center show the July global temperature rankings. More than 25,000 forest firefighters and support personnel are trying to contain the 103 massive fires that have burned more than 2.4 million hectares of land.

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