Category Archives: CRU

September’s Global Temperature was 1.44C

September’s global average temperature was 1.44C. This beat the previous record high monthly temperature recorded in September 2016 (1.22C). There was a strong El Nino , and the Americas, Europe and Antarctica were all warmer than usual.  Here is an … Continue reading

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A first look at HadCRUT5

The latest version of the CRU station data is called CRUTEM5 which when combined with the new Met Office sea surface temperature data HadSST4 becomes the new official global temperature dataset HadCRUT5. This was released about 2 weeks ago and … Continue reading

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30 years of IPCC assessment reports – How well have they done?

Over the last 30 years there have been 5 IPCC assessment reports on climate change.  I decided to compare each  warming predictions made at the time of publication to the consequently measured  temperatures. The objective is twofold. Firstly how well … Continue reading

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