July confirmed as hottest month ever on record: NOAA

Global temperatures for the month were just above 62 degrees, which is 1.71 degrees higher than the average for all of the 20th century.
0:13 | 08/15/19

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Transcript for July confirmed as hottest month ever on record: NOAA
And no tonight confirming that July was the hottest month ever on record. Both the Arctic and Antarctic shrinking to historic lows losing one million square miles a place in fact of global temperature for July hitting just above. 62 degrees.

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