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Default [CC] Global temperatures: Last month was second-warmest December onrecord.

Top five global temperature anomalies for December from GISS:
2015: +1.36C
2019: +1.31C
2017: +1.15C
2018: +1.12C
2016: +1.06C

12-month anomalies ending in the month of December:
2015-16: +1.22C
2018-19: +1.18C
2016-17: +1.13C
2014-15: +1.10C
2017-18: +1.05C


Differences are wrt IPCC "pre-industrial" era. [This period is better
described as the Early Industrial Era and probably underestimates the
true anomaly over the Pre-Industrial Era 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 second-warmest Decemberon record.

Very good coverage on the BBC news, I thought, with prominence to Dr Liz Bentley of RMetS. https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-51111176

Earlier today, honours went to Sky News for their report from Antarctica, with good input from British Antarctic Survey scientists.

https://news.sky.com/story/crack-in-...he-uk-11908767
or more simply via https://news.sky.com/climate

All credit to Sky for having a Climate tab on their main news homepage.

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Default [CC] Global temperatures: Last month was second-warmest Decemberon record.

On Wednesday, January 15, 2020 at 6:13:36 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
Top five global temperature anomalies for December from GISS:
2015: +1.36C
2019: +1.31C
2017: +1.15C
2018: +1.12C
2016: +1.06C

12-month anomalies ending in the month of December:
2015-16: +1.22C
2018-19: +1.18C
2016-17: +1.13C
2014-15: +1.10C
2017-18: +1.05C


Differences are wrt IPCC "pre-industrial" era. [This period is better
described as the Early Industrial Era and probably underestimates the
true anomaly over the Pre-Industrial Era 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]
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So it was cooler, then...
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Default [CC] Global temperatures: Last month was second-warmest Decemberon record.

On Wednesday, January 15, 2020 at 6:13:36 PM UTC+1, Graham P Davis wrote:
Top five global temperature anomalies for December from GISS:
2015: +1.36C
2019: +1.31C
2017: +1.15C
2018: +1.12C
2016: +1.06C

12-month anomalies ending in the month of December:
2015-16: +1.22C
2018-19: +1.18C
2016-17: +1.13C
2014-15: +1.10C
2017-18: +1.05C


Differences are wrt IPCC "pre-industrial" era. [This period is better
described as the Early Industrial Era and probably underestimates the
true anomaly over the Pre-Industrial Era 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.


https://wattsupwiththat.com/2020/01/...es-ed_hawkins/


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