Monthly Archives: April 2018

A new analysis of Global Land Daily temperature data

This post describes my attempt to reproduce global temperatures from scratch. By scratch I mean using all the original¬† raw temperature measurements from the NCDC daily weather archive without adjustments. The largest accessible archive of raw temperature measurements is the … Continue reading

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Tidal effects on the Jet Stream this winter

The “Beast from the East” blast of freezing temperatures resulted from a strong kink in the Jet Stream dragging Siberian air over Europe. This was evident by a sharp drop in the Arctic Oscillation coincident with strong tides over northern … Continue reading

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Berkeley Daily Temperature Anomalies

Berkeley Earth have a new analysis of global daily temperature anomalies, which also shows a long term fall in diurnal temperature ranges. I found and plotted the data via Twitter thanks to Robert Rohde ! If anyone is interested, Berkeley … Continue reading

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