July 3 was hottest day ever globally, heat broke the record in the coldest place Antarctica

July 3 was hottest day ever globally

New Delhi: The rains that occurred in the middle of June seem to have stopped now. The same in some parts of India due to this humid summer is happening due to which people are getting very upset. In such a situation, a report has now been issued by the National Center for Environment Prediction of America. It has been told in this report that Monday i.e. July 3 has been the hottest day in the world so far. Let’s know what this report says

Hottest day ever recorded globally
According to this report from Environment Prediction, on Monday, the hottest day ever has been recorded in the whole world ie globally. Giving information about this, the US Center has said that the global average temperature has reached 17.01 ° C (62.62 Fahrenheit) due to heatwaves worldwide, surpassing the August 2016 record of 16.92C (62.46F). Is.

Severe heat in these countries
Let us tell you that not only India but countries all over the world are troubled by the heat. Yes, let us tell you that South America has also been battling severe heat for the past several weeks, while the temperature in China has gone above 35C (95F). Along with this, an outbreak of heat waves is also happening here. Meanwhile, temperatures in North Africa have reached close to 50C (122F). The surprising thing is that apart from this, Antarctica is always covered with ice. There too the rising temperature has broken records.

Bad weather here too
Not only this, but apart from this, it is getting cold in Antarctica these days, but unusually the highest temperature has been recorded here. Ukraine’s Vernadsky Research Base in the White Continent’s Argentinian Islands recently recorded a temperature of 8.7 °C (47.6F). Which is the highest temperature so far in the month of July. In this way, the whole world is battling with the heat.

Death penalty
In such a situation, now Friedrich Otto, a climate scientist at the Grantham Institute for Climate Change and the Environment at Imperial College London, UK, says that this is not a milestone that we should celebrate, it is a death sentence for people and the ecosystem. Is. While talking on this, he further said that climate change along with the emerging El Nino pattern is responsible for this.

July 3 was hottest day ever globally

Temperature will rise
JK Hausfather, a research scientist at Berkeley Earth, said it is unfortunate that this year’s record is the first in a series to be claimed, as rising emissions of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases, as well as a growing El Nino phenomenon, have pushed temperatures to new highs. has reached a height, which will increase further in the days to come