April 2016 was the hottest in recorded history, according to the report of the National management of the USA on Aeronautics and space research (NASA).
Deviation of average temperature by more than 1% from an average of 1951-1980 years takes place for the sixth consecutive month.
Newspaper interviewed experts believe that the data about global temperatures from the National oceanic and atmospheric administration, which will be published next week, will testify about the new record values.
Meteorologist Eric Holthaus told the newspaper that in the past year the temperature in the world increased by 25% of the total increase since the 80-ies of the XIX century. Assessment Holthaus, the global temperature will record high values for from four to six months, after which the global temperature will begin to decline.