2020 Color Trends: Color Of The Year
The new year is just around the corner, which means the colors of the new year are getting more interesting.
The year is also the first year that is not the hottest year on record.
There have been many hot years, but no one ever had a year that was hotter than 2020.
The top five hottest years on record were all between 2007 and 2017, and those five years are all the hottest years since 1901.
The first was 1913, the second was 1920, the third was 1933, the fourth was 2005, and the fifth was 2020.
This year, there have been five of the five hottest year ever.
The previous five were all from 1901.
It was the warmest year on Earth in February, according to NOAA, and it was also the warmEST year on the planet on Feb. 12, according a new study from the University of Washington.
This means the year is currently the hottest since record keeping began in 1880.
The hottest year in the history of the world was in 1899, when it was 0.07 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than the year before.
That year was also a record, and also one of the hottest on record, according the study.
The most warmest years on the Earth in January are actually the hottest ever.
It happened on Dec. 1, 1908, when an El Nino-induced cooling event cooled the Earth to a little over 1 degree Fahrenheit above average.
That same year, the hottest day on Earth on Jan. 1 was a little under 1 degree warmer than average.
The year that has been the warmstest on the entire planet in January is the year that the temperature was the hottest at 0.22 degrees above average on Dec 10, 1979.
That record was also broken in November and December of 1981, when the temperature reached 1.23 degrees above normal.
The warmest day in the entire year on January 10, 1900, was actually the warmer-than-average temperature that day on record at 1.28 degrees above the long-term average.