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World sees one of three hottest months of July on record Updated: 2022-08-10 08:12:54 KST

July was one of the three hottest months of July since records began, marked by intense and drawn-out heatwaves in Europe, alongside the lowest recorded sea ice surface area in the Antarctic.
According to a report by experts, this July was slightly warmer than 2016 and cooler than 2019 but the margin was too small to make a clear ranking possible.
The World Meteorological Organization also noted that last month was zero.five degrees Celsius higher on average.
The European Drought Observatory says 60 percent of Europe and the UK are facing a drought.
Forty-five percent of the region is at "warning" level, while 15 percent is at the highest "alert" level.
"Warning" means there's a deficit in soil moisture, while "alert" means crops are stressed and damaged due to the lack of rain.
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