A Visualization of March’s Record-Breaking Heat: 15,000 Records in the U.S.

March 2012 goes down as the warmest on record. NOAA data showed 7,755 daytime and 7,517 nighttime temperature records in the month of March. This visualization shows them in sequence.

(via The Atlantic)

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