July possibly going down as hottest month in recorded history

Greenland's melting ice sheet poured 197 billion tons of water into the North Atlantic, including 11 billion tons of ice in a single day.
0:14 | 08/02/19

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And July possibly going down as the hottest month in recorded history in this image tonight. Eleven billion tons of ice melting Greenland in just one day ice sheet pouring 197 billion tons of water into the North Atlantic. Last month alone.

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