Both NOAA and NASA GISS have released their global surface temperature anomaly data for January 2018.
Despite the long-term global warming trend, parts of the eastern United States are getting cooler.
A new record low sea ice extent for the month of January.
The three-year period of warming from 2014 to 2016 increased the total amount of global warming since 1900 by more than 25 percent.
The previous decade was at least 1/2 degree Fahrenheit warmer than the warmest periods of that 11,000-year time frame.
A new study has reduced the range of possible end-of-century global temperature rise outcomes by more than half.
A new study indicates that in order to meet future global temperature targets there needs to be immediate action.
Last year still ranked in the top five warmest on record without the aid of an El Nino.
The five warmest years on record globally have all occurred since 2010.
2017 was another very low year for sea ice in the Arctic.
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