5 Hot Months, 1 Warm Year And All The Arguments To Follow
The NOAA released statistics Thursday showing October was the fifth month this year with record temps and 2014 will likely be the hottest on record.By Cliff Judy | November 21, 2014
The country's attention shifted this week to crippling snowstorms in the northeast burying entire cities under several feet of snow, so let's talk about how ungodly warm it's been this year. No, really.
Despite the eastern United States being one of the colder zones on the planet this year, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration just became the latest organization to pronounce 2014 likely the hottest on record. (Video via WGRZ)
The NOAA released a dizzying set of statistics Thursday marking October as the fifth month so far this year to set temperature records.