2024 is going to be the hottest year till date – Meteorologists expressed 55% fear of this


New Delhi : The Meteorologists have expressed a 55% chance that 2024 will be the hottest year on climate record. Not only this, they have expressed 99% probability that this year will be included in the five hottest years. This claim has been made in the latest report of the National Center for Environmental Information of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration . According to the report, the average temperature in March was recorded 1.35 degrees Celsius higher than the average temperature of March in the 20th century.

This is the 48th consecutive March when the temperature was above the average temperature of the twentieth century. It is not that the effect of rising temperature was limited only to the earth, its effect was also recorded on the oceans. According to the report, sea surface temperatures were above average in most areas during March 2024. The average sea temperature was recorded 1.01 degrees above normal. Earlier in 2016, the highest sea surface temperature was recorded at 0.83 degrees Celsius.

According to the report, temperatures remained above average in much of Africa, Europe and South America, as well as eastern North America, eastern Asia and eastern Australia in March 2024. At the same time, parts of western North America, Central Asia and Western Australia were much colder than average. While Africa and South America faced their warmest March ever, it was the second warmest March for Europe.

According to NOAA, carbon dioxide, like other greenhouse gases, traps heat transferred from the surface and prevents it from escaping into space. As a result, the Earth’s temperature is increasing and extreme weather events are becoming more severe. In this regard, NOAA data has shown that the level of carbon dioxide present in the atmosphere has reached 424 parts per million .

This has not been seen in the last millions of years. This makes it the fourth warmest March in terms of Earth’s surface temperature. When the temperature was recorded 2.09 degrees Celsius more than normal. Not only this, this is the tenth consecutive month since June 2023 when rising temperatures at the global level have set a new record. This means that from June 2023 onwards there has not been a single month when the rising temperature has not set a new record.


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