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In alt.global-warming David Dalton wrote:
We have had the hottest July on record here in St. John's,
Newfoundland, Canada. But Toronto has been cooler than
usual for them, while Vancouver has also been hot.


My modeling suggests the global land/ocean surf temp for Jul
will come in at No 4 in the modern record. On the NASA LOTI scale
that's around 63 and between the nums for 2005 and 2009 but
behind 1998. 2011 will remain at No 1 with .69C above the baseline.

We'll have to wait a couple wks before the official numbers are out
from NASA, but UAH and the sat guys should release some of
their official numbers in the next few days.

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On 8/2/2014 4:16 AM, R Kym Horsell wrote:
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In alt.global-warming David Dalton wrote:
We have had the hottest July on record here in St. John's,
Newfoundland, Canada. But Toronto has been cooler than
usual for them, while Vancouver has also been hot.


My modeling suggests the global land/ocean surf temp for Jul
will come in at No 4 in the modern record. On the NASA LOTI scale
that's around 63 and between the nums for 2005 and 2009 but
behind 1998. 2011 will remain at No 1 with .69C above the baseline.

We'll have to wait a couple wks before the official numbers are out
from NASA, but UAH and the sat guys should release some of
their official numbers in the next few days.


'The world just had its warmest June on record', second month
in a row. 'Its the ocean surface temperatures that put the
month over the top.'

http://www.salon.com/2014/07/21/heat...une_on_record/
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On Sat, 02 Aug 2014 09:42:19 -0500, Unum wrote:

On 8/2/2014 4:16 AM, R Kym Horsell wrote:
[took out talk.* and nf.*]

In alt.global-warming David Dalton wrote:
We have had the hottest July on record here in St. John's,
Newfoundland, Canada. But Toronto has been cooler than usual for
them, while Vancouver has also been hot.


My modeling suggests the global land/ocean surf temp for Jul will come
in at No 4 in the modern record. On the NASA LOTI scale that's around
63 and between the nums for 2005 and 2009 but behind 1998. 2011 will
remain at No 1 with .69C above the baseline.

We'll have to wait a couple wks before the official numbers are out
from NASA, but UAH and the sat guys should release some of their
official numbers in the next few days.


'The world just had its warmest June on record', second month in a row.
'It’s the ocean surface temperatures that put the month over the top.'

http://www.salon.com/2014/07/21/

heat_keeps_rising_the_world_just_had_its_warmest_j une_on_record/
First seven months of 2014
Source:
RSS_Monthly_MSU_AMSU_Channel_TLT_Anomalies_Land_an d_Ocean_v03_3.txt
2014 0.262
2014.08 0.162
2014.17 0.214
2014.25 0.251
2014.33 0.286
2014.42 0.345
2014.5 0.35

Rank of July 2014: 4th.
Rank of June 2014: 4th.

The 42 month with higher temperatures than July 2014 since 1979:
0.857 1998.25
0.736 1998.08
0.667 1998.33
0.605 1998.5
0.593 2010.17
0.592 2010
0.585 1998.17
0.572 1998.58
0.567 1998.42
0.559 2010.5
0.55 1998
0.548 2010.58
0.543 2007
0.526 2010.33
0.519 2010.08
0.503 2010.67
0.499 2010.25
0.494 1998.67
0.489 2010.42
0.473 2005.25
0.464 2009.67
0.461 1998.75
0.451 2002.08
0.443 2003.92
0.44 2003
0.439 2013
0.436 2001.58
0.431 2004.17
0.428 2003.75
0.427 2005
0.399 2005.67
0.398 2002.42
0.38 2012.67
0.38 2005.75
0.372 2002.5
0.372 2002.25
0.36 2002
0.36 2001.25
0.358 2005.5
0.351 1987.92
0.35 2003.83
0.35 2014.5


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The official NASA number is still a couple days away, but the UAH value
has tipped July could be warmer than expected -- maybe in the top 3
warmest July on record. Maybe even higher.

A prelim scan of the July land sat data indicates less than 1% of land was
below the baseline average; more than 54% was warmer than the baseline.

I saw somewhere where someone was listing there have been 42 (I think it was)
months warmer than the UAH number for July. Funny. Given the diff
between aphelion and perihelion that should be WAY more given the 38 year
record you can cherry pick. (I.e. every Dec,Jan,Feb *should* be warmer than
most Jun,Jul because the earth is closer to the sun and insolation is ~7%
greater).

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In alt.global-warming R Kym Horsell wrote:
....

The official NASA numbers are out and July 2014 has come in
at .52C above the 51-80 baseline and pushing it down to 11th spot in
the 135 years of accurate records.

The number comes as a surprise to many in the context of quite
warm 2014H1 and a figure from UAH slightly warmer than Jun, which was warm.

But contrary to the blogosphere that has been promoting colder-than-usual
temps in parts of the US, the North Hem came in at #7 for the Jul temps recorded
since 1880 while the S Hemi came in cooler than expected at #20.

The year-to-date is therefo

68 45 69 73 78 62 52 (100ths C above 51-80 baseline)

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