2023 is likely to be hotter than this year

2022 is going to be one of the hottest years in the known history of the world, but 2023 will not be far behind.

In fact, by 2023 global temperatures could be 1.2 degrees Celsius higher than pre-industrial levels.

This warning came from British scientists.

2016 is the hottest year on record since the mid-19th century, due to global warming and the El Niño wave in the Atlantic Ocean.

If British scientists predict 2023 is correct, it will be the 10th year in a row that temperatures will be at least one degree Celsius higher than pre-industrial levels.

According to Professor Adam Scaffey of the British Met Office, 2023 may not turn out to be a record-breaking year in terms of temperature, but it could certainly turn out to be very hot as a result of the increase in the emission of toxic gases globally.

Dr Nick Dunstone, head of the global temperature forecasting team, said that over the past 3 years, the effects of La Nina had had an impact on global temperatures.

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“La Nina temporarily reduced average global temperatures, but our climate model for 2023 indicates the end of La Nina’s influence, making the next year warmer than 2022,” he said.

According to the British Met Office, the global temperature during 2023 could be 1.08 to 1.32 degrees Celsius higher than the pre-industrial level.

Farhad Safi
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