2016 January, The Lowest Monthly Arctic Sea Ice Extent and the Hottest in Recorded History (global)
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January 2016 was a one-two punch in the advance of climate change with record low levels of sea ice paired with the distinction of being the hottest January in recorded history. It was also the fourth month in a row where the globe has been more than 1 degree C above normal, an achievement yet unmatched.