All kind of records are being broken lately. Here are the ranks of the individual months, each since 1880, for the last year and a half:
For a new NOAA record for the year, the last five months of 2015 need to average +0.60°C -- when the first seven months have averaged +0.85°C. With the El Nino in full steam, it's looking very likely (to almost certain) that 2015 is going to be the warmest year on record, and by a sizeable margin.
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