Category Archives: climate science

Global Temperature Anomaly updated for June 2020

The global temperature for June 2020 was 0.79C based on my spherical triangulation method. Here are the monthly results based on the latest GHCN-V4 and HadSST3 data as compared to those from original V3C station data. The temperature peaked in … Continue reading

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2019 Annual Temperature

The December 2019 temperature was up by 0.12C from November at  1.01C relative to 1961-1990. This completes the annual global average temperature for 2019 making it the second warmest year at 0.86C. This is  just 0.015C cooler than 2016. All … Continue reading

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The baseline problem

A baseline is simply a period of successive years whose average temperature is subtracted from a time series to produce temperature “anomalies”. One normally associates anomalies with weather station data where the baseline is then the 12 monthly seasonal averages … Continue reading

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