According to the data, last Friday was the first day on which the global average surface temperature exceeded 2 degrees Celsius compared to pre-industrial levels, and emerged first from a dataset maintained by the European Center for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF).
Samantha Burgess, deputy director of the Copernicus Climate Change Service, said in a tweet on Exe on Sunday: “Our best estimate is that this was the first day that… Global temperature 2°C more than 1850-1900 (or pre-industrial) levels, at 2.06°C.”
When compared to the average for the period 1991-2020, Friday’s global average was 1.17 degrees Celsius above average, according to Axios.
The reason this is important is that the average height Earth’s surface temperature More than 2 degrees Celsius per day above pre-industrial levels indicates how quickly global warming is rising Planet temperatureincluding some extreme phenomena that are now possible.
Although this is true, exceeding the threshold of two degrees Celsius in one day does not mean that a goal has been achieved Paris Agreement of keeping Warming The global level at a level “well below” this percentage has been exceeded.
According to experts and data, this year is on track to be the hottest on record globally across all surface weather datasets. Last September was the hottest on record, but it also witnessed the largest margin of any monthly record in history.
Since last May, every subsequent month has set monthly records for global temperatures, as heat waves have swept large parts of the world, from the southern United States to Africa, South America, China and Japan.
It is noteworthy that last summer, the global average surface temperature rose for the first time to a record level and exceeded the Paris target of 1.5 degrees, which surprised some scientists, and highlighted the failure of the planet to cool again below the record level at all.
It is now likely that this November will also be The hottest month Absolutely.
The one-and-a-half-degree and two-degree targets have been set by political leaders, but scientific research reinforces the argument that if global warming exceeds the stricter target, the odds of devastating and perhaps irreversible climate disasters will increase dramatically.
While looking at Climate change As the biggest driver of the long-term increase in temperatures and this year’s unprecedented warmth, a strong El Niño phenomenon in the Pacific Ocean is helping to pump more heat into the climate system. This is causing temperatures to increase, easily reaching levels Standard.