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New Report Says 2016 Is 'Very Likely' To Be the Warmest Year on Record

A new study from the British Met Office says the global mean temperature is expected to rise between 0.72 degrees Celsius and 0.96 degrees Celsius. Man-made global warming was, unsurprisingly, a factor in their forecast. El Nino was also a consideration, but played a smaller role.

El Nino temporarily warms waters in the eastern tropical Pacific Ocean and impacts weather in a variety of ways, depending on where you are in the world. Beyond just temperature, El Niño can contribute to intense wind, rainfall and drought.

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