Rain in Greenland, Russia’s first abnormal summer in 150 years… This year’s earth scratching climate crisis 33 cuts

The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced on the 14th that “this fall (September to November) the average temperature of the global land and sea surface was the fourth highest since 142 years of observation. However, in terms of land in the northern hemisphere alone, in 2020, it again set the record for the highest temperature on record, recording the highest temperature in history.” Maybe that’s why, a super-strong tornado, which is rare in winter, occurred on the 11th (local time) in Kentucky, central United States.


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