Sea Surface Temperatures Push Globe To Hottest June Yet

(Graphic of 135 year temperature record by NOAA. Image source: NCDC.)  Full post:  robertscribbler.wordpress.com.

According to reports from NOAA, human-caused warming continued unabated into June of 2014 as land and ocean surface temperatures spiked to 0.72 C above the 20th Century average and about 0.92 C above 1880s norms.

These new records were shoved higher by a broad warming of the ocean surface, not just an Equatorial Pacific approaching El Nino warmth, but also through an extreme warming of almost every major world ocean zone. This hot water warmed local air masses and had a far-reaching impact on global climate for the month, likely delaying the Indian Monsoon, worsening the western US Drought and intensifying the record wildfire outbreak in the Northwest Territory of Canada.

Source: robertscribbler.wordpress.com

GR:  To whom will deniers of human-caused global warming apologize?  Perhaps they will simply fail to notice the change.

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