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Accordingly, in January 2024, the "average temperature was determined to be 13.4 degrees Celsius" worldwide; this is 1.2 degrees higher than January 2020, the warmest January.

Compared to the pre-industrial January averages between 1850-1900, this year's January was 1.6 degrees warmer. Thus, January 2024 marked the twelfth consecutive month where temperatures were measured more than 1.5 degrees above pre-industrial levels.

In a press statement, Copernicus Deputy Director Samantha Burgess cautioned, "Rapidly reducing greenhouse gas emissions is the only way to halt global temperature rise."

Researchers emphasized that temperature values represent a global average, noting that while very low temperatures and even cold records were recorded in Northern Europe, temperatures in Southern Europe were unusually high.

America News Agency

 

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