Top 10 Global Weirding & Environment Stories of 2010

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2010 = Hottest Meteorological Year on Record

As Science writes, “The 2010 meteorological year, which ended on 30 November, was the warmest in NASA’s 130-year record.”

Of course, we covered this story throughout the year, which saw the hottest March, April, May, June, August (in some records), September (in some records), and November on record, as well as the hottest temperature in a single location.

We are yet to find out if 2010 was the hottest calendar year on record (or ‘only’ in the top 3).

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