Today’s Copernicus Climate Change Service revealed this 2020 It has been compared with the previous warmer 2016. This makes 2020 the sixth in a series of exceptionally warm years starting in 2015 and part of the warmer decade recorded in 2011-2020.
The warmest year in the history of Europe
Meanwhile in Europe it was The hottest year on record, 0.4 ° C is warmer than 2019, and earlier this year was the warmest year. Along with the Copernicus Atmospheric Monitoring Service (CAMS), C3S also indicates that atmospheric CO concentrations continued to rise in 2020, at a rate of about 2.3 ppm / year, reaching a maximum of 413 ppm in May 2020.
2020 was the warmest year in Europe, and winter 2019/20 I am Fall 2020 They were also the warmest. Winter 2020That is, from December 2019 to February 2020, the previous warmest year exceeded 2016 by 1.4 degrees Celsius, and autumn (September – November 2020) exceeded the old record from 2006 by 0.4 degrees Celsius. Moreover, in Western Europe at the end of July and at the beginning of In August there was a severe heat wave. The four warmest years for Europe have also occurred in the past decade.
The warmest decade ever
– The year 2020 is marked by exceptional warmth in the Arctic and a record number of tropical storms in the North Atlantic. Not surprisingly, the past decade has been the hottest in the history of measurements, another reminder of the urgent need for ambitious emissions reductions to prevent adverse climate impacts in the future. Comments Carlo Pontembo, Dyrektor Copernicus Climate Change Service.
A full and detailed analysis of the climate will be published in Europe in April a program Copernicus will present his annual events European Climate Status 2020.
The Copernicus Climate Change Service is a service that analyzes data on climate change and operates as part of one of the Earth’s leading monitoring programs European Union Copernicus. C3S is implemented by the European Center for Medium-Range Forecasts (ECMWF) on behalf of the European Commission. Values for the reported data are from the ECMWF Copernicus Climate Change Service ERA5 dataset, currently dated 1979.