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Default [CC] Global temperatures: Last month was warmest July on record.

Top five global temperature anomalies for July from GISS:
2019: +1.13C
2016: +1.05C
2017: +1.02C
2018: +1.02C
2009: +0.91C

12-month anomalies ending in the month of July:
2015-16: +1.25C
2016-17: +1.14C
2018-19: +1.13C
2017-18: +1.06C
2014-15: +1.02C

Differences are wrt IPCC "pre-industrial" era. [This period is better
described as the Early Industrial Era and probably underestimates the
true anomaly by about 0.2C]

Graph of temperature anomalies has been updated at:
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/science/...e-change/#data

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Default [CC] Global temperatures: Last month was warmest July on record.

On 15/08/2019 16:40, Graham P Davis wrote:
Top five global temperature anomalies for July from GISS:
2019: +1.13C
2016: +1.05C
2017: +1.02C
2018: +1.02C
2009: +0.91C

12-month anomalies ending in the month of July:
2015-16: +1.25C
2016-17: +1.14C
2018-19: +1.13C
2017-18: +1.06C
2014-15: +1.02C

Differences are wrt IPCC "pre-industrial" era. [This period is better
described as the Early Industrial Era and probably underestimates the
true anomaly by about 0.2C]

Graph of temperature anomalies has been updated at:
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/science/...e-change/#data


In the above link, I've now updated the section on Arctic ice conditions
now and a hundred years ago to include the charts for 15th August 2019
and August 1919. They're quite different.

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Default [CC] Global temperatures: Last month was warmest July on record.

On Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 4:40:05 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
Top five global temperature anomalies for July from GISS:
2019: +1.13C
2016: +1.05C
2017: +1.02C
2018: +1.02C
2009: +0.91C

12-month anomalies ending in the month of July:
2015-16: +1.25C
2016-17: +1.14C
2018-19: +1.13C
2017-18: +1.06C
2014-15: +1.02C

Differences are wrt IPCC "pre-industrial" era. [This period is better
described as the Early Industrial Era and probably underestimates the
true anomaly by about 0.2C]

Graph of temperature anomalies has been updated at:
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/science/...e-change/#data

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truth.” [Ambassador Kosh]
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NOAA Concurs: https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/201907 +0.95C warmest July on record. 6th warmest month on record.
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On Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 4:40:05 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
Top five global temperature anomalies for July from GISS:
2019: +1.13C
2016: +1.05C
2017: +1.02C
2018: +1.02C
2009: +0.91C

12-month anomalies ending in the month of July:
2015-16: +1.25C
2016-17: +1.14C
2018-19: +1.13C
2017-18: +1.06C
2014-15: +1.02C

Differences are wrt IPCC "pre-industrial" era. [This period is better
described as the Early Industrial Era and probably underestimates the
true anomaly by about 0.2C]

Graph of temperature anomalies has been updated at:
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/science/...e-change/#data

--
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“Understanding is a three-edged sword. Your side, my side, and the
truth.” [Ambassador Kosh]
Posted via Mozilla Thunderbird on openSUSE Tumbleweed.


NOAA Concurs: https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/201907 +0.95C warmest July on record. 6th warmest month on record.
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Default [CC] Global temperatures: Last month was warmest July on record.

On Friday, August 16, 2019 at 9:15:57 AM UTC+1, wrote:
On Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 4:40:05 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
Top five global temperature anomalies for July from GISS:
2019: +1.13C
2016: +1.05C
2017: +1.02C
2018: +1.02C
2009: +0.91C

12-month anomalies ending in the month of July:
2015-16: +1.25C
2016-17: +1.14C
2018-19: +1.13C
2017-18: +1.06C
2014-15: +1.02C

Differences are wrt IPCC "pre-industrial" era. [This period is better
described as the Early Industrial Era and probably underestimates the
true anomaly by about 0.2C]

Graph of temperature anomalies has been updated at:
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/science/...e-change/#data

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Graham P Davis, Bracknell, Berks. Web-site: http://www.scarlet-jade.com/
“Understanding is a three-edged sword. Your side, my side, and the
truth.” [Ambassador Kosh]
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NOAA Concurs: https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/201907 +0.95C warmest July on record. 6th warmest month on record.


And the El Nino has ended. Back to neutral conditions for ENSO.

https://www.cpc.ncep.noaa.gov/produc...-fcsts-web.pdf


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On 16/08/2019 09:16, wrote:
On Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 4:40:05 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis
wrote:
Top five global temperature anomalies for July from GISS: 2019:
+1.13C 2016: +1.05C 2017: +1.02C 2018: +1.02C 2009: +0.91C

12-month anomalies ending in the month of July: 2015-16: +1.25C
2016-17: +1.14C 2018-19: +1.13C 2017-18: +1.06C 2014-15: +1.02C

Differences are wrt IPCC "pre-industrial" era. [This period is
better described as the Early Industrial Era and probably
underestimates the true anomaly by about 0.2C]

Graph of temperature anomalies has been updated at:
http://www.scarlet-jade.com/science/...e-change/#data


NOAA Concurs: https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/sotc/global/201907 +0.95C
warmest July on record. 6th warmest month on record.


Their anomaly is wrt the 20th century. According to the GISS data I
have, the 20th century was 0.17C above the IPCC baseline so 0.95 equates
to 1.12C which is close enough to the figure of 1.12C that I gave. As I
said, the IPCC base is set during the industrial era and a truer anomaly
wrt to the pre-industrial era is probably +1.33C. Phew! What a scorcher!

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truth.” [Ambassador Kosh]
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