Crank up the air conditioner — according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, last June was the hottest on record worldwide.
According to the report, which was released on Friday, most continents experienced hotter-than-average temperatures, with Eastern Europe seeing the biggest spikes. Meteorologists blame El Nino, which causes warmer temperatures across the Pacific Ocean.
Experts see the rising heat as a bad sign for climate change, as June had a record low in Arctic sea ice. Plus, upcoming cooling temperatures in the Atlantic could make for a strong hurricane season.
This blistering heat isn’t new — June was the fourth consecutive month with record temperatures.