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Nights warm faster than days

The world has warmed on land by up to 1.5 C since pre-industrial times, but what does that really mean? Most people assume it means extreme temperatures  are increasing. However that is not the full story. The daily change in … Continue reading

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Global Temperature falls 0.15C in October

The global average temperature anomaly for October was 0.706C, which is a fall of 0.15C from September. This reduces the annual average so far to 0.9C  leaving 2020 still slightly higher than 2016. However the uncorrected data (without pair-wise homogenisation) … Continue reading

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GHCNV4 September Temperature is either 0.93C or 0.70C

My calculation uses  a 3D integration of GHCNV4 and HadSST3  temperature data.  If I use GHCN V4C (corrected data) I get 0.93C for September,  whereas if instead I use the uncorrected V4U I get 0.70C. In the first case 2020 … Continue reading

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