The previous post showed that there are just two long term timings of temperature measurements at Australian weather stations – 9am and 3pm. I next divided the stations into inland and maritime, where maritime are those stations either located on the coast or on off-shore lighthouses. I then calculate the annual anomalies first based on measurements at 9am and then on measurements at 3pm. This is the result.
Warming after 1990 in Australia seems to be about 50% faster inland than on the coast. Furthermore warming predominantly occurs at night (9am enhancement of 30%).