Climate Progress has the story: BPSDB
- According to the Global Historical Climatology Network, 2010 was the wettest year on record, in terms of global average precipitation….
- These records are especially impressive because we’ve been in “the deepest solar minimum in nearly a century.”
- All 12 of the hottest years on record have occurred since 1997.
- NASA recently reported the “meteorological year” — December to November — was also the hottest on record.
- the hottest year was accompanied by record-smashing weather extremes
- “The year 2010 now has the most national extreme heat records for a single year–nineteen.
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