2019 was the second warmest year on record—here’s what this means for our future

Both reports drew from largely the same temperature measurements; however, each organization analyzed them a little differently. Notably, the NASA analysis was more aggressive about extrapolating what conditions were like in areas with few weather stations, such as the Arctic. Being able to compare the findings from these two methods is helpful, Arndt says, “especially when they land so close to each other like they did this year.”

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