As expected, NOAA announced that the earth as a whole had its warmest November in recorded history based on data since 1880. This is especially due to the unusually warm Atlantic, the Arctic, and the wide area of warmer than normal ocean temperatures in the Eastern Pacific due to the current strong El Nino. When added to the string of other exceptionally warm months of 2023, this means that most of the earth is much above normal in temperature and 2023 is likely to be the warmest year on record, especially since December is also running well above normal in temperature. You can read more at or see more statistics at

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