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Average temperature in the first nine months of the year was 1.40°C above pre-industrial levels…

5 October 2023

Last September was reported to be the hottest September on record so far.

According to the statement made by the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) operating under the European Commission, the average surface temperature in September was measured as 16.38°C.

The statement underlined that this value is 0.93°C above the average of the 1991-2020 period and 1.75°C above the average of 1850-1900, which is taken as a reference for the pre-industrialisation period.

In addition, it was noted in the statement that the average temperature values in the first 9 months of the year reached the highest point so far in terms of the same period and it was emphasised that 2023 may be recorded as the year with the highest average temperature values so far.

According to the statement, global average surface temperatures in the January-September period of 2023 were 0.52°C above the 1991-2020 period and 0.05°C above 2016, when the highest temperature ever recorded in the same period.

However, average temperatures were 1.40°C above the 1850-1900 period…

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