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Earth’s hottest day on record in 2023, with extreme temperatures around the world

Monday, July 3, 2023, was considered the hottest day on Earth ever recorded on a global scale, according to data from the US National Centers for Environmental Prediction.

On this day, the global average temperature reached 17.01°Csurpassing the record of 16.92°C, registered in August 2016, where heat waves surprised several parts of the Northern Hemisphere. In the southern region of the United States, residents have been suffering from a strong heat wave in recent weeks.

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High temperatures have been breaking records across the planet (Photo: Reproduction/SCC10)


At China, a constant wave has been affecting the country with temperatures above 35°C. Furthermore, in the north of Africatemperatures reached close to 50°C.

even the Antarcticawhich is in its winter period, recorded temperatures taken for this period.

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“This is not a milestone to celebrate. It’s a death knell for people and ecosystems.”commented climate scientist Friederike Otto of the Grantham Institute in the UK.

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Scientists have been stating that the main causes of this abnormal event are climate change and the effects of El Niño, which impacts the global climate. They also claim that this is just the first in a series of new records that will be set this year, due to rising emissions of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases, along with the development of El Niño.

Rising temperatures have had effects across the world. At the Vietnamfor example, rice producers began to work at night, due to high temperatures during the day, reaching 37°C in July.

already us USA, an intense heat wave hit the south of the country two weeks ago, causing thermal sensations to be over 40ºC. 13 people have already been confirmed dead in recent days due to high temperatures.

At the Mexicomore than 100 deaths were recorded between 12 and 25 June in the northern region of the country.

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A Spain experienced its first wave of extreme heat at the end of June. The temperature reached 44 °C in the southern region.

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Featured photo: High temperatures have been breaking records across the planet. Reproduction: VladisChern/Shutterstock.

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Earth’s hottest day on record in 2023, with extreme temperatures around the world

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