NewEnergyNews: HOTTEST SEPTEMBER EVER; WORLD’S HOTTEST MONTHS STREAK AT SIX

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    Friday, October 17, 2014

    HOTTEST SEPTEMBER EVER; WORLD’S HOTTEST MONTHS STREAK AT SIX

    September Sets Records as Global Warming Claims Another Month

    Andrew Freedman, October 15, 2014 (Mashable)

    “September was the warmest such month on record for the planet, according to preliminary data from NASA as well as independent analysis from the Japan Meteorological Agency…This extends the string of warmest months to six in a row, and, if confirmed in coming days by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), keeps the world on course to have its warmest year…[since record-keeping began in 1880 (climate records extend farther back in time through tree rings, ice cores and other so-called "proxy" data). It is] powered by record warm ocean waters…[I]t is in line with expectations based on the interaction between manmade global warming and natural climate variability…

    “Californians are suffering through their warmest year on record as well as one of the driest…[California’s 2014] has been running 4.1 degrees Fahrenheit above its 20th century average…[If predictions prove true that the drought will go on through the winter wet season,] it would have profound consequences for water resources…The likely formation of weak-to-moderate El Niño conditions in the Pacific Ocean will make continued warm temperature records more likely for the rest of the year, on a global basis…All of the planet's top 10 warmest years have occurred since the year 2000.” click here for more

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