(Photo Courtesy NOAA Visualization Lab)
If you thought September felt a bit warmer than usual, you weren’t alone.
Scientists with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) said Monday that last month tied a 2005 record for the warmest September on record worldwide. These numbers have been tracked since 1880. September’s combined average temperature over land and ocean around the world was 60.21 degrees Fahrenheit — 1.21 degrees over the 20th century average.
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