March Heat Broke 15,000 Records; Weather Could Have Deadly Effects

published Tue, Apr 10 2012 13:30 GMT
Discovered in Green: The warmest March ever, the deadly effects of these unusual temps, imported plants import unwanted pests and at least one species can adapt to the acidification of the oceans. March's warm weather broke a lot of records. Science has confirmed what we all already knew (and feared?), last month was the warmest since 1895, which is as far as the record goes back. "The average temperature of 51.1°F was 8.6 degrees above the 20th century average for March and 0.5°F warmer than the previous warmest March in 1910," explains the research report. ...

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