How July temperatures differed from 1951–1980 average : NASA.
…hottest July on record, following hottest June or record, hottest May, April, March, February, and January. It’s almost like there is a pattern….How hot was it last month? As the map above shows, parts of the Arctic and Antarctic averaged as high as 7.7°C (13.9°F) above average. No wonder we’ve seen records broken for the melting of the ice sheets and Arctic sea ice.
NASA’s Land and Ocean Temperature Index (LOTI) for 1880–1899 baseline (°C)
Looks like “aspiration” for 1.5degC max is expired already, well and truly.
Despite this, Minister Hunt is to tell us this week that, especially in South Australia, especially considering it was cartel behaviour by AGL and Origin, with ridiculous propaganda by News Ltd, already debunked, news expected renewables are problem and not solution.