Scientists of the World Meteorological Organization said on the 10th that preliminary data showed that one week from July 3rd was recorded in the world’s hottest week since it was recorded, and the influence of the El Niopy phenomenon gradually appeared, and it is expected that global temperatures will rise further.
The world’s hottest June has just experienced records in the world.The average temperature in June 2023 was 0.5 degrees Celsius higher than the average temperature from 1991-2020, breaking the record of June 2019.After entering July, the average temperature of two meters above the global table was refreshed twice on July 4 and July 7, respectively.According to the re -analysis data from the Japanese meteorological institution, July 7th is the hottest day in the world since it records. The average global temperature on the day was 17.24 degrees Celsius.This is 0.3 degrees Celsius higher than the previous record of 16.94 degrees Celsius set on August 16, 2016.This data has not yet been confirmed, but consistent with the preliminary data of the EU meteorological institution.Omar Bardul, the person in charge of the World Meteorological Organization Climate Monitoring, said, "The first week of July, especially from July 4th to July 7th, can be said to be the hottest period of record or the mostHot a week. "
While experiencing high temperature on land, the global sea temperature has reached unprecedented levels.In May and June this year, the global sea temperature has reached a record high, especially the surface temperature of the ocean surface of the North Atlantic Ocean set unprecedentedly. Extreme marine heat waves were observed around Ireland, Britain, and Baltic Sea.The relatively stable Antarctic sea ice has always reached the lowest level since the beginning of the satellite observation in June, which is 17%lower than the average level.
The World Meteorological Organization has just announced on July 4 that the tropical Pacific region has for the first time in the first seven years of Elnino.The El Nino phenomenon usually leads to rising global temperatures. The hottest year since the record was 2016, when it was also affected by the phenomenon of Qiang El Niopy.Experts from the World Meteorological Organization said in questions from reporters in the general station that with the influence of the Elnino phenomenon, the global temperature is expected to rise further.Michael Sipolo, the person in charge of the World Climate Research Project, said, "In the year of the El Niopy, the temperature in the atmosphere will also rise, because the heat is transferred from the ocean to the atmosphere. But as you pointed out, we actually just started this.In the process, the influence of El Nino will be greater later this year. Although the El Nino phenomenon has not really begun, we have now seen high temperature and other phenomena, so it can be expected that the El Nino phenomenon will bring a higher temperature in the second half of the year.For example, October and November this year. "
Experts from the World Meteorological Organization said that the recorded land and ocean temperature have potentially destructive effects on the ecosystem and the environment, which highlights the far -reaching impact of climate change caused by human activities.(Yi Yan)
Source: Central Radio and Television General Taiwan International Online