National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Last month was only the second-hottest September on record.
2016 would break the record set in 2015.
Last month broke the previous record set in 1933 by 0.2 degrees Fahrenheit.
All 357 climate divisions saw warmer than normal temperatures last month.
Last year became the fourth since 2000 to break a record, NOAA said.
Only 2012 was hotter for the United States.
2015 is also likely to break the annual temperature record.
A federal agency is refusing to give House Republicans communications among scientists.
September was the fifth straight month to break a temperature record.
Last month was the hottest in the federal government’s 135 years of records.
The federal government formally expanded two California marine sanctuaries on Tuesday, restricting...
The NOAA predicts warmer winter temperatures in much of the U.S.
August was the 16th month in a row to break its temperature record.
June was the 14th month in a row to break its global temperature record.
Hurricane season starts on June 1.
As subpoenas of scientists drag on, climate science is dragged down, too.
Only 2012 was hotter than 2015 in the U.S., officials said Thursday.
NOAA provided about 100 documents related to its climate research.
Last month was the hottest October since record-keeping began 136 years ago
Last month was the hottest September on record, the fifth straight month to break a record.
Last month was the hottest July on record.
Average surface and ocean temperatures were at their highest levels on record in 2014.
New data from the federal government reveals that September 2014 is now the hottest month recorded...
The Government Accountability Office is calling out federal agencies for not implementing part of a...