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Last month – the hottest September in history: 2023 will earn dubious honors

Last month - the hottest September in history: 2023 will earn dubious honors

EU figures show that the average global temperature last month was 0.93 times higher than the average between 1991 and 2020. In Europe, temperatures were 2.51 times higher than the average for this month. Now it's almost official: 2023 will be the hottest year on record. And what is the situation in Israel? Full data.

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The climate crisis is hitting hard – and heat records continue to break one after another: Last month was the warmest September since measurements began. This was announced Thursday morning by the European Union's climate service, Copernicus. The average temperature was 16.38 degrees Celsius, 0.93 degrees higher than the average from 1991 to 2020 and half a degree higher than the previous record set in September 2020. The data also showed that the average temperature last month was 1.75 degrees Celsius higher than the average from 1850 to 1900.

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