“The South Atlantic blob is part of a global trend: Around the planet, enormous ocean currents are traveling to new locations. As these currents relocate, waters are growing warmer. Scientists have found similar hot spots along the western stretches of four other oceans — the North Atlantic, the North Pacific, the South Pacific, and the Indian.” We’re all watching out for the dreaded 2 degrees celsius temperature rise. But in many places, it’s happened already. WaPo: Dangerous new hot zones are spreading around the world.