Dating online 2016 fr
Dating online 2016 fr
The following information was compiled from previous NCEI monitoring reports and public reports by National Hydrometeorological Services (NHMSs; peers of the U. National Weather Service), including those submitted to inform the Provisional Status of the Climate in 2016 by the World Meteorological Organization.More comprehensive information will be available in the WMO's final Statement, to be released in Spring 2016.
The El Niño dissipated in spring and was replaced by weak La Niña conditions near the end of the year.Some extremely high monthly land surface temperatures contributed to this warmth.March 2016 saw the highest globally-averaged land surface temperature among all months in the historical record, at 2.35°C (4.23°F) above the 20 century average.February had the second highest all-time monthly temperature, at 2.24°C ( 4.03°F) and April had the fifth highest, at 1.85°C ( 3.33°F).Because land surfaces generally have low heat capacity relative to oceans, temperature anomalies can vary greatly between months.During the year, the global monthly ocean temperature anomaly fell from 0.85°C ( 1.53°F) in January to 0.61°C ( 1.10°F) in December, a difference of 0.24°C (0.43°F).
The 1901-2000 average combined land and ocean annual temperature is 13.9°C (56.9°F), the annually averaged land temperature for the same period is 8.5°C (47.3°F), and the long-term annually averaged sea surface temperature is 16.1°C (60.9°F).
Separately, temperatures were record high across land surfaces as well.
The global annual land surface temperature for 2016 was 1.43°C (2.57°F) above the 20 century average, surpassing the previous record of 2015 by 0.11°C (0.19°F).
The following table lists the global combined land and ocean annually-averaged temperature rank and anomaly for each of the 12 warmest years on record (2003, 2006, and 2007 tie as 10 Much of the record warmth for the globe can be attributed to record warmth in the global oceans.
The annually-averaged temperature for ocean surfaces around the world was 0.75°C (1.35°F) higher than the 20 century average, edging out the previous record of 2015 by 0.01°C (0.02°F).
April, August, and September were each record warm, while October and November were both cooler than their long-term averages. As reported by the WMO, in late January extreme low temperatures extended from eastern China to as far south as Thailand.