NOAA: June, April to June, and year-to-date global temperatures are warmest on record

Friday - 7/16/2010, 1:00pm EDT

Last month's combined global land and ocean surface temperature made it the warmest June on record and the warmest on record averaged for any April-June and January-June periods, according to NOAA. Worldwide average land surface temperature was the warmest on record for June and the April-June period, and the second warmest on record for the year-to-date (January-June) period, behind 2007.

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