As Florida temps rise, NASA keeps an eye out from above
Last month was the warmest June on record.
Ocean temperatures off Florida’s coast have increased five degrees above normal since early July.
Across the globe and above our heads, NASA has been monitoring record breaking temperatures and the effects of climate change.
NASA utilized research and data from its satellites and other sensors to shed light on some of the extreme weather conditions on our planet. Last month was the warmest June on record and sea temperatures have skyrocketed.
During a briefing on Thursday, July 21 NASA’s Gavin Schmidt says that this is due to our carbon footprint.
"We've been seeing record breaking sea surface temperatures even outside of the tropics for many months now and we will anticipate that is going to continue,” Schmidt said.
Schmidt says these effects from a changing climate are no surprise and temperatures have been increasing for decades. He said until we limit greenhouse gas emissions, they will continue to rise.
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