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The African Regional Climate Centre ( ACMAD) key messages at COP 28 supporting the urgency for climate action at speed and scale

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1- 2023 is very likely to  follow 2016 as the second year in the record  since 1979 with  the highest number of extremely hot days in Africa .
Based on Copernicus ERA-5 temperature dataset  for the January to October period

2-  The  very long duration Cyclone FREDDY hit the Indian ocean and southern African countries in  February-march 2023
3- A devastating storm Daniel generated unprecedented losses and damages in Libya in September 2023

Frequency of extremely hot days for Africa since 1979.  2016 had the highest number of very hot days followed by 2023.

Period: January to  October
Temperature data source: ERA-5 
The Latest African Climate Outlook (January to April 2024) & Impact based forecast Analysis
ACMAD MULTI-HAZARD ADVISORY CENTRE

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