‘Hottest month’ records don’t always matter – but February 2016 does

Christian Science Monitor: Not only was it the hottest February on record, but it showed the biggest spike in temperature since scientists starting keeping track more than a century ago, according to NASA data. On Saturday, the Administration's Goddard Institute for Space Studies released a report showing February 2016 to be not just the hottest February on record, but the hottest seasonally-adjusted month since 1880. In other words, NASA tracks not only monthly temperatures, but how they compare to that month's long-term......

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