The U.S. National Centers for Climate Change has reported that the record for the hottest day in the world has been broken for the third time this week.
News agency Reuters, according to the report of the American National Centers, the series of temperature increase in the world continues and the record of the hottest day in the world was broken on Tuesday.
The US agency said the average on Thursday had reached 17.23 degrees Celsius.
The hottest day on record was preceded by the worst heat wave in the US and China, and more than 100 deaths due to the heat wave in Mexico.
The European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service told journalists that June was the warmest month on record, a sharp contrast to June 2019, the hottest month on record.
Robert Rohde, a lead scientist at the climate science nonprofit Berkeley Earth, said on Twitter that such records were likely due to short-term El Nino temperatures due to increased human-induced greenhouse gas emissions. Long-term surface temperatures are accelerating.
The El Nino weather phenomenon emerged this year when warmer temperatures increased in the eastern and central oceans.
The report, the record of the hottest day in the world was made in August 2016, but that record was broken on Monday, which many scientists predicted and said that there is a fear of more such records this year. .
Salim-ul-Haq, director of Bangladesh’s International Center for Climate Change and Development, said in a statement that more hot days are likely in the future.