If this doesn't scare the shit out of you - it should.
It was above 90°F north of the Arctic Circle yesterday in northern Finland -- more than 30F warmer than a normal mid-July day.— Eric Holthaus (@EricHolthaus) July 19, 2018
We are rapidly changing the Earth's climate, and the Arctic is the most rapidly changing place on the planet. https://t.co/5OcORdGuLB
Death Valley, the hottest location in the nation and the world, just had its hottest month ever recorded - for the second straight year. 21 days w/ highs 120+. Palm Springs, Calif. and Reno, Nev. also had their hottest month ever observed. Details: https://t.co/CViZEdBXIU— Capital Weather Gang (@capitalweather) August 1, 2018
Very hot day in the Sierra de Urbión, N. Spain, #España: looking for the last snowdrifts.— Agustín Sandoval (@meteoduruelo) August 4, 2018
But the worst is in central and southwestern Spain: the weather forecast for today is 40 C in Madrid and around 45 C (113 F!) in Sevilla or Córdoba.@StormHour@EarthandClouds#ThePhotoHour pic.twitter.com/BMY8gYqd8p
“Southern California coastal waters have been anomalously warm since the beginning of 2014, when we experienced a marine heatwave,” @Scripps_Ocean— Ed Joyce (@EdJoyce) August 4, 2018
Scripps Pier records highest ocean temperature in its 102-year history: 78.6° https://t.co/LOMKkHqUeS #oceans #cawx #ClimateChange pic.twitter.com/Rtc39bTbE4