April marks the 400th hotter-than-average month in a row
Thinks aren’t looking so hot for planet earth right about now…well, to be literal, things are looking a little too hot. April marks the 400th time that a month has been hotter than average. The last time a month was colder than average, Ronald Reagan was president and kids were listening to Madonna. From the article:
We live in and share a world that is unequivocally, appreciably and consequentially warmer than just a few decades ago, and our world continues to warm,” said NOAA climate scientist Deke Arndt. “Speeding by a ‘400’ sign only underscores that, but it does not prove anything new.”
Full story at USA Today.
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