More extreme and unusual weather in 2017: WMO - Hindu Business Line

Extreme weather and climate conditions, including Arctic “heatwaves”, have continued into 2017, after global temperatures set record last year and the world witnessed exceptionally low sea ice and unabated ocean heat, the UN weather agency said.and more »

Global climate breaks multiple records in 2016: WMO - ecns

The year 2016 made history, with a record global temperature, exceptionally low sea ice, and unabated sea level rise and ocean heat, according to an annual statement issued on Tuesday by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO). WMO issued its ...and more »

Extreme, unusual climate trends continue in 2017 - Trade Arabia

Extreme weather and climate conditions have continued into 2017, while 2016 made history with a record global temperature, exceptionally low sea ice, and unabated sea level rise and ocean heat, according to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).and more »

WMO 2016 Report: Current Climate Change Brings Earth Into Uncharted Territory - Tech Times

The new World Meteorological Organization report confirmed that Earth had the warmest temperature in 2016. The rising temperature is bringing the world into an uncharted territory with changes that come with climate change. ( Chris Hondros | Getty ...and more »

Climate change pushes the world into 'uncharted territory' - The Hindu

The record-breaking heat that made 2016 the hottest year ever recorded has continued into 2017, pushing the world into “truly uncharted territory”, according to the World Meteorological Organisation. The WMO's assessment of the climate in 2016 ...and more »

REPORT: Current Global Warming Is 'Not Outside The Range Of Natural Variations' - Daily Caller

A UK-based climate policy group has put out an annual climate assessment “exclusively on observations rather than climate models” to serve as a counterpoint to those put out by the United Nations and government agencies that warn of unabated global ...and more »

Climate Breaks All Records: Hottest Year, Lowest Ice, Highest Sea Level - Inter Press Service

ROME, Mar 22 2017 (IPS) - Climate has, once more, broken all records, with the year 2016 making history-highest-ever global temperature, exceptionally low sea ice, unabated sea level rise and ocean heat. And what is even worse– extreme and unusual ...and more »

More Extreme Weather Expected in 2017 - Claims Journal

Unusually warm weather in the Arctic is helping shift weather patterns this year from North America to the Middle East, after global warming shattered records in 2016, according to the World Meteorological Organization. Rising ocean temperatures that ...and more »

REPORT: '2016 Was the Warmest Year on Record' and More - ColorLines magazine

The World Meteorological Organization (WMO) released its annual State of Global Climate report yesterday (March 21) with a clear message: Climate change is worsening, the planet is warming more now than ever, and communities are already feeling it.and more »

Record heat in 2016 — and this year expected to propel the Earth's climate into 'truly uncharted territory' - National Post

The Earth had its warmest year on record in 2016, the World Meteorological Organization reported on Tuesday. With “extreme and usual” climate events continuing into 2017, the organization warned that it was seeing “changes across the planet that are ...and more »