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July 2023 will become 'the warmest on record' affirms Copernicus Climate Change Service expert


Carlo Buontempo, director of the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S), says it is virtually certain that the high temperatures in July mean that "the month as a whole will become the warmest July on record, the warmest month on record". The top 21 hottest days have "all occurred this month", he adds. SOUNDBITE

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