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Default [CC] Global temperature anomalies for March are 2nd highest onrecord.

GISS global temperature anomaly for March is +1.18C (+1.38C against Met
Office "Pre-Industrial" average). 2016 was +1.36 (+1.56) and 2017 +1.15
(+1.35).

12-month average ending March 2019, +0.88 (+1.08), was the 3rd highest
behind 2016, +0.98 (+1.18), and 2017, +0.96 (+1.16).

These data have been included in the chart at
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/science/...e-change/#data

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Default [CC] Global temperature anomalies for March are 2nd highest on record.

On Monday, 15 April 2019 19:00:41 UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
GISS global temperature anomaly for March is +1.18C (+1.38C against Met
Office "Pre-Industrial" average). 2016 was +1.36 (+1.56) and 2017 +1.15
(+1.35).

12-month average ending March 2019, +0.88 (+1.08), was the 3rd highest
behind 2016, +0.98 (+1.18), and 2017, +0.96 (+1.16).

These data have been included in the chart at
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/science/...e-change/#data

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Reading as +1.11C on the GISS site, Graham. 3rd warmest on record, but the 6th warmest month on records in the GISS record. Exceptionally warm.
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Default [CC] Global temperature anomalies for March are 2nd highest on record.

On Tuesday, 16 April 2019 17:24:56 UTC+1, wrote:
On Monday, 15 April 2019 19:00:41 UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
GISS global temperature anomaly for March is +1.18C (+1.38C against Met
Office "Pre-Industrial" average). 2016 was +1.36 (+1.56) and 2017 +1.15
(+1.35).

12-month average ending March 2019, +0.88 (+1.08), was the 3rd highest
behind 2016, +0.98 (+1.18), and 2017, +0.96 (+1.16).

These data have been included in the chart at
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/science/...e-change/#data

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Reading as +1.11C on the GISS site, Graham. 3rd warmest on record, but the 6th warmest month on records in the GISS record. Exceptionally warm.


I wrote this on 'Weather and Climate'.

'A relatively big rise from February, probably as the weak El Nino conditions begin to kick in. I didn't expect March to come in at the 6th warmest month since records began. Exceptionally warm, given where we are in the ENSO cycle.'

https://data.giss.nasa.gov/gistemp/t...LB.Ts+dSST.txt


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