The planet sweated it out again last month, as February 2020 ranked as the second-hottest February in the 141-year global climate record, according to scientists at NOAA’s National Centers for Environmental Information.
Via NOAA – The long-term trend of above-average temperatures continues
NOAA finds ocean heat content was the highest in recorded history
Easier accessibility promises scientific and economic benefits
Multiyear awards to help coastal communities improve resilience
The end of El Nino could boost Atlantic hurricane activity
New predictions prompt C Spire to redouble efforts to maintain service in the worst conditions
March 18, 2019 – We recently concluded the second full month of 2019, and already the year to date has turned out on the warm side.
This infrared imagery from GOES-16 shows Tropical Storm Harvey earlier this morning, Monday, August 28, 2017.
Aircraft to Provide Wildfire Measurements in Support of FIREX and Fire Weather Forecasting