Global temperatures hit record high for 8th month in a row

Discussion in 'Locker Room' started by deth, Jun 26, 2016.

  1. Last month was the hottest May on file making it the eighth consecutive month to smash world temperature records.

    The global temperature for May was 1.67 °F (0.93 °C) warmer than the May base period (from 1951 to 1980), according to data compiled by NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS).

    This follows a warmer than usual April, which was 1.96 °F (1.09 °C) hotter than mean temperatures from 1951 to 1980.

    Global temperature records have now been broken for eight straight months since the pattern began in October 2015. The world is on track to call 2016 its hottest year yet.

    El Niño effect: Global temperatures hit record high for 8th month in a row

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  2. El Niño? TACO TACO TACO.

    Seriously though, June was unbearable. Guessing it'll break the record as well.
     
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  3. I want tacos :okay:
     
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  4. I also want tacos :why:
     
  5. I also want tacos. :nakamura2:
     
  6. I never got tacos :okay: