September 2020 was the warmest September on record

September 2020 was the warmest September on record, reaching the highest in 140 years.

SEPTEMBER 2020 was the warmest September on record, reaching the highest in 140 years with records showing that the global average was 0.05°C warmer than in last September, 2019.

According to a Copernicus Climate Change Service report, Europe was a lot warmer in September this year compared to the 1981-2010 average for the month.

France experienced a record warm period during the middle of the month, although Iceland experienced a cooler than average month.

The report states that many regions around the world have experienced temperatures well above average including; the Middle East, parts of South America, off the coast of northern Siberia and Australia.

Unsurprisingly, the eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean was cooler than average due to the ongoing La Niña event.

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