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September global temperature falls 0.08C from August

Global temperatures for September 2018 were 0.61C based on merging GHCNV3 with HadSST3 and using spherical triangulation. This is a fall of  0.08C since August. The baseline for temperature anomalies is always 1961-1990. The annual average so far (9 months) … Continue reading

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HADCRUT4.6 for June 2018

The CRUTEM4.6 weather station data for June 2018 has just been published, which when combined with the HadSST3 sea surface temperature data forms the global average – HadCRUT4.6. The traditional method for calculating this is by binning all the station … Continue reading

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Temperature Anomalies and ‘Abnormalities’

Why do we use temperature anomalies instead of absolute temperatures even when studying small regions like the UK? The last post showed that maximum annual ACORN-SAT  temperatures for Australia show little change since 1910, whereas maximum temperature anomalies did indeed show … Continue reading

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