September was among the warmest ever recorded

London, October 5 / BNA /: The European climate change service Copernicus announced, Thursday, that the month of September of this year was among the four warmest globally since records began in 1979.

September was likely to be the warmest after 2020. In fact, the warmest September, which still includes those of 2016 and 2019, differ from each other by barely a tenth of a degree, according to the German news agency (dpa).

In some places in Europe, a record warmth was achieved in September, while in the east it was cooler than average. As a result, the average temperature for Europe as a whole was close to the average for the years 1991 to 2020.

Above-average temperatures were recorded for that time of year in northwest Africa, as well as in central South America and parts of China.

The EU Climate Change Service produces monthly reports on air temperature, sea ice and the water cycle.

Relying on data from satellites, ships, planes, and weather stations around the world, as well as model calculations, Copernicus records go back to 1979.


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