The Arctic just recorded its hottest day ever. Here’s what that means (WEF)

  • The Siberian town of Verkhoyansk hit 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit on Saturday, following months of record-breaking heat in the Arctic Circle.
  • Last winter was the hottest in Siberia since temperatures were first recorded 130 years ago.
  • The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration said there’s a 75% chance that 2020 could be the hottest year on record.
  • If not for climate change, Siberia’s record-breaking temperatures would be “a one in 100,000 year event,” one scientist said.

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