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Antarctica logs hottest temperature on record of 18.3C

BBC News Friday, 7 February 2020
The provisional reading of 18.3C (64.9F) beats the previous record of 17.5C, logged in 2015.
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Record high temperature of more than 18C recorded for Antarctica

The continent of Antarctica has experienced its hottest temperature on record, with a research station provisionally recording 18.3C (64.94F)
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