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The global average temperature in April was 0.14 degrees higher than in April 2016, when the previous record was set.

According to data from Copernicus, the European Climate Institute, last April was the hottest month worldwide since measurements began. April was the eleventh consecutive month in which such a record was set.

According to the Copernicus Institute, this is due to the interaction between the El Nino weather phenomenon and other long-term warming effects.

Temperatures in eastern Europe, northern North America, Greenland, eastern Asia, the northwest of the Middle East, parts of South America and much of Africa were the highest compared to average, while temperatures in Scandinavia and Iceland were below average in April.


America News Agency


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