The data collected by the Copernicus program show that September 2020 in Europe was the warmest in the history of measurements. This year’s September broke the record from last year by 0.05 degrees Celsius.
The EU’s Copernicus Climate Change Service program reported that the temperature in September 2020 was 0.05 degrees Celsius higher than in the record-breaking 2019. 2020 could be the warmest year ever. Experts also believe that the long-term global warming trend has significantly influenced this year’s disasters, including fires in California and floods in Asia. Experts point out that global warming is becoming a more and more serious problem, and the situation is expected to become significantly worse in the coming years.