Category Archives: AGW

Global temperature update for April 2024

The monthly global temperature anomaly using a baseline of 1961-1990 shows a small drop from it’s peak value of 1.6C in September 2023 to 1.21C. This is probably due to  a decline in the strong El Nino as shown below … Continue reading

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Global Temperatures for 2023

December saw a rise in the global average temperature anomaly to 1.27C resulting in a final annual value of 1.13C for the year 2023. This represents an increase of just under 0.3C  since 2022, the warmest year so far (as … Continue reading

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Richard Betts/Met Office warming Indicator

The Met Office are proposing to use a 10 year average temperature indicator to define when and if the 1.5 degree since industrial periods will be exceeded. The pre-industrial period is defined as 1850-1900 which is different from  the 1961- … Continue reading

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