Europe's temperatures are increasing twice as fast as the rest of the world.
A report from the World Meteorological Organisation has looked at temperatures over the past 30 years.
The UN group says this report presents a live picture of a warming world.
Between 1991 and 2021 there was a temperature increase recorded in Europe of 0.5 degrees per decade.
The WMO says this has resulted in glaciers in the Alps losing 30 metres in thickness, and the first-ever recorded rainfall at Greenland's highest point.
It says extreme temperatures have increased in frequency and that will continue.
The body says there are some positive elements, with the EU decreasing its carbon emissions by 31% between 1990 and 2020.
Last week, another UN climate change report said there's no "credible pathway" to keeping global temperature rises to 1.5 degrees.
It said current policies mean the world is on course for a 2.8-degree rise - which would mean more weather extremes and millions of climate refugees.