Chronicles of the past years temperature and the recent studies reveal that this year is likely to be the hottest on record, the UN’s weather agency has warned ahead of a global climate.Planet Earth is on a high temperature record-breaking tear this year. 2015 is, by far, on track to become the warmest year in recorded history.
The average Global temperature on the earth’s surface is expected likely to incline 1⁰ Centigrade above the pre-industrial 1880-1899 era according to the the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).The reason behind this the combination of a strong El Nino and man-made global warming.
The record challenging El Niño event, characterized by the pronounced warming of the central and eastern equatorial Pacific Ocean, has proven a key driver of this year’s warmth.Apart from the Global warming caused by the human acts , the other dreadful factor is El Niño. This transfers immense heat from the oceanic bodies into the atmosphere making it even more hotter to sustain.
Additionally, from the past statistics referring to the El Niño from the 20th century, it remarks the temperature to rise up stronger in the upcoming years. The computer simulations performed by the The International Research Institute for Climate Prediction state that El Niño has a 98% probability in persisting into the early spring 2016 which would sustain global temperatures in record territory.
“We’re seeing it all across the Indian Ocean, in huge parts of the Atlantic Ocean, in parts of the Arctic oceans,” Dr. Blunden said in an interview. “It’s just incredible to me. I’ve never seen anything like this before.”
Meanwhile, levels of greenhouse gases in the atmosphere have inclined to a new record every year for the past 30 years.”The year whose annual mean temperature is likely to be most strongly influenced by the current El Nino is 2016 rather than 2015,” the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) said.