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NOAA: January 2020 was hottest on record

NOAA: January 2020 was hottest on record

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Feb. 14 (UPI) -- Last month was the hottest January in all 141 years of climate records, according to scientists at the National Centers for Environmental Information. In a Thursday press release, the NOAA said January 2020 also marked the 44th consecutive January and the 421st consecutive month with temperatures above the 20th-century average. On top of that, the scientists said the four warmest Januaries have occurred since 2016 with the 10 warmest occurring in the last 20 years. Globally, land and ocean surface temperatures were at a record 2.05 degrees Fahrenheit above the 20th-century average, surpassing the previous January record set in 2016 by 0.04 of a degree F. By hemisphere, the world's northern half established a record January with a 2.70 degrees F above average while the s...
January 2020 hottest on record, EU climate monitoring system says

January 2020 hottest on record, EU climate monitoring system says

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Feb. 4 (UPI) -- Last month was the hottest January on record, according to newly published data from the European Union's climate monitoring system. Earlier this year, the Copernicus Climate Change Service, or C3S, determined 2019 was the second hottest year on record, bringing the streak of record-warm years to five in a row. According to the latest report from the Copernicus survey, 2020 is off to a record hot start. According to the data, last month was 0.03 degrees Celsius warmer than January 2016, the hottest year on record. While the planet, as a whole, was only marginally hotter, some regions were significantly hotter. "For Europe, it was the warmest January on record, about 0.2 degrees Celsius warmer than the previous warmest January in 2007, and 3.1 degrees Celsius warmer than t...

Arsenal transfer news LIVE: Reaction to Chelsea draw, Arteta on January plans and injuries, Barcelona want Aubameyang THIS MONTH

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[unable to retrieve full-text content]We’ll keep you updated with all the latest Arsenal news with the transfer window now open… ‘We left our soul at Highbury’, admits former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger Arsenal have been urged not to sign Paris Saint-Germain defender Layvin Kurzawa by Giles Grimandi Arteta says Chelsea game is a ‘must-win’ and suggests Arsenal may not […] talkSPORT
Jose Mourinho says Christian Eriksen can leave Tottenham with pride amid January transfer links to Inter Milan

Jose Mourinho says Christian Eriksen can leave Tottenham with pride amid January transfer links to Inter Milan

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Jose Mourinho has said Christian Eriksen can leave Tottenham with his head held high, amid reports of a January transfer to Internazionale. The boss has backed Danish ace Eriksen after he received boos from supporters in recent games, and insisted the playmaker has ‘given everything’ for Spurs. Getty Images - Getty Eriksen looked like he was saying his farewells at the end of Spurs’ defeat to Liverpool The Denmark international’s career in north London is set to come to an end when his contract expires in the summer, although he could depart this month if a club are willing to cough up some cash. And reports in Italy suggest Eriksen has agreed a deal to join Inter in the January transfer window, rather than wait until the end of the season. That coul
Every Premier League club’s January 2019 transfers graded 12 months on, including Arsenal’s loan flop and Chelsea’s big money move

Every Premier League club’s January 2019 transfers graded 12 months on, including Arsenal’s loan flop and Chelsea’s big money move

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The January transfer market is a notoriously difficult place to negotiate with teams often panic buying or paying over the odds out of desperation.Some teams do make the right decision, like Liverpool’s signing of Virgil van Dijk in 2018, but there are far more that get it wrong. Getty Images - Getty Christian Pulisic was signed by Chelsea last January but loaned straight back to Borussia Dortmund Last January saw a far more cautious approach from the top sides with only Chelsea spending money on a player, due to fears of an impending transfer ban that prevented them from signing players in the summer. The teams nearer the bottom of the table were more active in the transfer market. anf