2020 was the hottest year in France since records began in 1900, said the state weather forecast Météo-France, in a new sign of global warming.
France’s weather forecast said that the average temperature across the country in 2020 was 14 degrees Celsius (57.2 degrees Fahrenheit) and hit 13.9 ° C (57 Fahrenheit) which was recorded in 2018, it wrote on Twitter.
“The colder weather we see at the end of this year will not change anything. It’s officially … 2020 was the hottest year ever recorded” in France, it says.
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