Scientists reported Tuesday that last November set a new heat record. According to their studies, the last month was the warmest since record-keeping started in the 1880s, possibly marking the warmest November ever.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration says global temperature for water and land surfaces combined was 1.4 above the average, which is 55.2 Farenheit. Counting since 1880, this is the 37th consecutive November with temperatures higher than the expected.
The highest temperatures were registered in Eurasia, Africa, Central and South America. Particularly in some zones of Russia including Siberia, temperatures were up to 14 degrees above what is considered normal.
One more proof that global warming is a fact.