The world experienced its second warmest March! Glaciers are melting day by day..
March 2023 was the second warmest month in the world, according to the solids held in the world, according to the report released yesterday by the EU's Climate Change Service.
According to the report of the European Union (EU) Copernicus Climate Change Service released yesterday, the world left behind the second warmest March since the records began to be kept. The warmest March on record was in 2016.
Last month temperatures were above average in southern and central Europe. Much of North Africa, southwestern Russia, Asia, northeastern North America, Argentina, Australia and the Antarctic coast were also much warmer than average in March. Exceptionally, western and central North America was colder than usual last month.
The report was created with analysis based on billions of measurements taken from satellites, ships, planes and Weather stations around the world.