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NOAA: November 2012 was 5th Warmest on Record
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NOAA: November 2012 was 5th Warmest on Record

Recently released analysis by NOAA scientists at the National Climatic Data Center reveals that November 2012 was the 5th warmest on record, dating back to 1880. This image, using data from NCDC’s Global Historical Climatology Network shows areas of warmer (red) and cooler (blue) than normal temperatures. Most areas of the world experienced higher-than-average monthly temperatures, including far eastern Russia, Australia, the central and western United States, northern Africa, and most of Europe and western Asia. Meanwhile, central Asia, Alaska, much of western and central Canada, and the eastern United States were most notably cooler than average.

 
Referral:State of the Climate Report for October 2012
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Keywords:GHCN, NCDC, temperature, climate, 2012.12.17
 

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