The United States and China are among the top three hot spots for global temperatures in 2017, according to a new report by the World Meteorological Organization.
The two nations also tied for the top spot in 2016 and 2017, but it was the United States that topped the list for the first time.
The United Nations agency said Tuesday that the United Kingdom and Australia were the two countries with the highest temperatures, followed by Japan and the United Arab Emirates.
The temperature records for these two countries were broken on Oct. 29.
The U.S. and China tied for fourth place in 2016, but the U.K. and Australia did not reach the top 10 until June 2.
The top 10 for each country are as follows: India: 1,065.63 U.N. report: 1.05 degrees Fahrenheit (0.67 degrees Celsius) China: 1-1.3 U.U.N.: 0.8 degrees Fahrenheit (-0.3 Celsius) Japan: 0.6-0.7 U.UN: 0-0 China: 0 Russia: 0 U.V.: 0-3.5 U.O.
N: 0The U.R.N.’s annual climate assessment on Tuesday said that the world has been warming at an annual rate of 0.7 degrees Celsius (1.6 degrees Fahrenheit) over the past century, with the average global temperature rising 1.1 degrees Fahrenheit over the last decade.
India’s annual average temperature is 1.19 degrees Fahrenheit, while China’s is 1-0-0, the report said.
The report said that heat waves in the two nations have increased substantially in recent years.
In India, the heat wave in December that killed more than 1,000 people, broke the record for the most number of deaths in a single year and was the world’s second-most severe heat wave of all time.