October 2017: Earth's 4th Warmest October on Record

October 2017 was tied for fourth warmest October for Earth since record keeping began in 1880, said NOAA; NASA rated it the second warmest. The January - October period was the third warmest such period on record, and 2017 is on pace to be Earth's second or third warmest year on record, behind 2016.

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