2014 was the hottest in the history

2014 was the hottest in the history

2014 was the hottest in the history
In many parts of the Earth, for example, in Australia and Europe have updated temperature records. In some regions of the United States, however, was much colder than usual.
The world meteorological organization has identified a number of record-breaking weather events for 2014.
– In September in some regions of the Balkans had double the monthly rainfall. In some areas of Turkey, the amount of precipitation exceeded the average monthly rate 4 times.
– The city of Guelmim in Morocco was flooded because of annual precipitation that fell in just 4 days.
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In August in the West, Japan was the heavy rain since the beginning of the official meteorological observations.
– Western United States, some regions of China and Central and South America have experienced a long drought.
In 2014 appeared only 72 tropical storm, which is less than the average. In the North Atlantic, North Pacific and North Indian ocean cyclone activity was slightly below average.
2014 was the hottest in the history
A new record global temperatures, according to experts, completely debunks the myth of the termination of the process of global warming. The main wine in the temperature rise of the planet lies on the person. If immediate action – reducing greenhouse gas emissions – it is possible to limit the rise in global average temperature to 2 degrees Celsius, experts say.