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Siberian Arctic Temperatures and Fires Beat All Records

Average land temperatures were more than 5 degrees Celsius above normal, surpassing last year’s high mark, according to European scientists 

The vast Arctic Siberia region, already warming faster than the rest of the world, experienced record heat and fires for the second straight year in June, adding to concerns of climate scientists.

Average land temperatures last month were the highest ever recorded, more than 5 degrees Celsius above normal and slightly above the June 2019 mark, according to the monthly report by Europe’s Copernicus Earth observation agency. Nowhere else in the world have temperatures in June and in the last 12 months varied the most compared to the historical average.

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