Historically Hot Boston Breaks 1928 Daily Record High – These Are The Key

Summer 2022 continues to burn through the record books–Boston broke a daily record high set in 1928 Thursday—and here’s a real-time tracker of the most noteworthy, daily record-breaking high temperatures in major U. S. cities so far, according to data from the National Weather Service. As of August 4, 73 million people are under heat alerts, as a heatwave grips the Northeast region of the United States. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), a United Nations organization that researches and publishes on human-induced climate change, reported in its 2022 assessment report that many of the climate extremes of today—extreme heat, droughts, wildfires and heavy precipitation—are products of humans’ impact on climate change. Last year, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration reported that 2021 tied with 1936 for the warmest summer on record. June 2022 trails behind last June 2021 but is still the sixth warmest June on record. IPCC reports that climate hazards will only increase and limiting global warming would only reduce losses, not eliminate them. Boston breaks temperature record set back in 1928 (Boston 25 News)These U. S. Cities Could See Record-Breaking Temperatures As A Heat Wave Hits The Northeast (Forbes)Oak Fire Threatens Yosemite: Here Are The National Parks At Risk Of Burning As Climate Change Drives Wildfires (Forbes)Thousands Of Cattle Reportedly Dumped Into Kansas Landfill After Dying From Extreme Heat (Forbes)

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