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OCTOBER GLOBAL TEMPERATURE - WARMEST ON RECORD

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    NOAA REPORTS MUCH OF US WARMER THAN AVERAGE IN OCTOBER OCTOBER GLOBAL TEMPERATURE IS THE WARMEST ON RECORD Combined land and ocean surfaces during October 2003
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      NOAA REPORTS MUCH OF US WARMER THAN AVERAGE IN OCTOBER
      OCTOBER GLOBAL TEMPERATURE IS THE WARMEST ON RECORD

      Combined land and ocean surfaces during October 2003

      The average global surface temperature for combined land and ocean surfaces during October 2003 (based on preliminary data) was 1.27�F (0.7�C) above the 1880-2002 long-term mean, and was the warmest October since the beginning of reliable instrumental records in 1880.

      http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/2003/oct/oct03.html

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      Climate of 2003 - October in Historical Perspective
      National Climatic Data Center - 14 November 2003

      Globally averaged land temperatures were warmest on record, 1.00�C (1.80�F) above the long-term mean.

      Globally averaged ocean surface temperatures were 0.54�C (0.97�F) above the 1880-2002 mean, also warmest on record for October 2003.

      http://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/oa/climate/research/2003/oct/global.html#Temp

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      Pat

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