2022 Was a Recordly Warm Year

According to government science organizations, the heat of 2022 did not quite reach a record. However, it was among the warmest five or six years ever recorded. Exactly where anything goes depends on who measured it. The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) reported 2022’s worldwide average temperature as 14.76 degrees Celsius. The temperature that year was the sixth highest on record. Worldwide, the year ranked fifth or sixth hottest according to four additional scientific institutes or groups. Records from NASA and NOAA date back to 1880.

Bill Nelson is the NASA Administrator. The global temperature, he claimed, is concerning. “The warming of our climate is a warning to all of us,” Severe weather patterns pose a hazard to human safety everywhere on Earth.” Berkeley Earth is an independent scientific organization that is nonprofit. According to the report, 2022 was the fifth-warmest year ever recorded globally. It was mentioned that this was the warmest year on record for 28 countries. According to NOAA and NASA, since 2015, annual temperatures have increased by more than 1 degree Celsius over pre-industrial levels. NASA reported that the temperature last year was 1.1 degrees Celsius higher than the mid-19th century.

The World Meteorological Organization stated that there is a growing chance each year that global temperatures would rise above the 1.5 degree Celsius threshold that was set by world leaders in 2015. There is a 50% probability of momentarily reaching 1.5 degrees Celsius in the 2020s, according to NOAA’s Russ Vose. La Nina is in its third year of recurring as a natural phenomenon that alters weather patterns globally. It’s an occurrence that lowers global temperatures. The NASA Goddard Institute of Space Studies is led by Gavin Schmidt. Schmidt discovered that the previous year was the hottest La Nina year on record and that the La Nina had lowered the global temperature by roughly.06 degrees Celsius.

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