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Global temp update in numbers: 2018 so far significantly cooler than 2017

By mell following x   2018 Aug 4, 9:52am 2,290 views   8 comments   watch   nsfw   quote     share    


http://www.drroyspencer.com/2018/08/uah-global-temperature-update-for-july-2018-0-32-deg-c/

July 2018 slightly beat July 2017, unless all the next months will be significantly warmer than 2017 2018 will not beat 2017. These are facts not opinion pieces. It can't get more factual than actual numbers, not opinion drivel. Enjoy.

YEAR MO GLOBE NHEM. SHEM. TROPIC USA48 ARCTIC AUST
2017 01 +0.33 +0.31 +0.34 +0.10 +0.27 +0.95 +1.22
2017 02 +0.38 +0.57 +0.20 +0.08 +2.16 +1.33 +0.21
2017 03 +0.23 +0.36 +0.09 +0.06 +1.21 +1.24 +0.98
2017 04 +0.27 +0.29 +0.26 +0.21 +0.89 +0.23 +0.40
2017 05 +0.44 +0.39 +0.49 +0.41 +0.10 +0.21 +0.06
2017 06 +0.22 +0.33 +0.10 +0.39 +0.51 +0.10 +0.34
2017 07 +0.29 +0.30 +0.27 +0.51 +0.61 -0.27 +1.03
2017 08 +0.41 +0.40 +0.42 +0.46 -0.54 +0.49 +0.77
2017 09 +0.54 +0.51 +0.57 +0.54 +0.29 +1.06 +0.60
2017 10 +0.63 +0.67 +0.59 +0.47 +1.21 +0.83 +0.86
2017 11 +0.36 +0.33 +0.38 +0.27 +1.35 +0.68 -0.12
2017 12 +0.41 +0.50 +0.33 +0.26 +0.44 +1.37 +0.36
2018 01 +0.26 +0.46 +0.06 -0.11 +0.58 +1.36 +0.42
2018 02 +0.20 +0.24 +0.16 +0.03 +0.92 +1.19 +0.18
2018 03 +0.25 +0.40 +0.10 +0.07 -0.32 -0.33 +0.59
2018 04 +0.21 +0.31 +0.10 -0.13 -0.01 +1.02 +0.68
2018 05 +0.18 +0.41 -0.05 +0.03 +1.93 +0.18 -0.40
2018 06 +0.21 +0.38 +0.04 +0.12 +1.19 +0.83 -0.55
2018 07 +0.32 +0.42 +0.21 +0.29 +0.50 +0.29 +1.37
1   Ceffer   ignore (1)   2018 Aug 4, 10:01am   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Don't be so impatient. They haven't had time to skew the data yet.
2   marcus   ignore (8)   2018 Aug 4, 10:28am   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (1)   quote   flag        

Wait. An entire half year ?

You're right. Case closed. Hell, that one super cold day back in February should have been enough to convince anyone with any common sense. Sheeesh !!

Good timing though, as heat records are being broken right and left.
4   Onvacation   ignore (4)   2018 Aug 4, 11:36am   ↑ like (1)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

marcus says

Good timing though, as heat records are being broken right and left.

The temperature peaked in 2016, which was 4/100ths of one degree warmer than 2015. 2017 was 1/10 of one degree cooler than 2016. 2018 promises to be cooler still. The world is not warming uncontrollably.

It will take a glacier knocking down skyscrapers on Manhattan Island to convince the alarmists that Florida is not being inundated with water.
5   mell   ignore (2)   2018 Aug 4, 11:50am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

marcus says
Wait. An entire half year ?

You're right. Case closed. Hell, that one super cold day back in February should have been enough to convince anyone with any common sense. Sheeesh !!

Good timing though, as heat records are being broken right and left.


If you would do some basic math you'd know that it is highly improbable that 2018 will catch up to 2017 in the remaining 5 months. I didn't rule it out but this clearly demonstrates the panic induced by the media over this.
6   mell   ignore (2)   2018 Aug 4, 11:52am   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Onvacation says
marcus says

Good timing though, as heat records are being broken right and left.

The temperature peaked in 2016, which was 4/100ths of one degree warmer than 2015. 2017 was 1/10 of one degree cooler than 2016. 2018 promises to be cooler still. The world is not warming uncontrollably.

It will take a glacier knocking down skyscrapers on Manhattan Island to convince the alarmists that Florida is not being inundated with water.


Yeah the numbers point to a cooler 2018 unless all the remaining months break records.
7   marcus   ignore (8)   2018 Aug 4, 12:18pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

Onvacation says
The temperature peaked in 2016, which was 4/100ths of one degree warmer than 2015. 2017 was 1/10 of one degree cooler than 2016.


I can see you've really done your research. And you obviously have the critical thinking skills of someone that went to M.I.T, Caltech, or Stanford. So I give up. You're right. Talking about something as dynamic as climate change, we should all understand that down ticks would not happen if the situation was dire, and neither would there be only large amounts of ice disappearing from the arctic before it's all gone.

Until the average temperature for an entire year changes by 5 degrees or more in a single year, I say we have nothing to worry about. Amiright ?

Don't get me wrong, I appreciate our cars, air travel, the internet, our communications technology, flat screen TVs and computers, and so much else that comes from those smarty pants high achiever types. But when so called technical "experts" start spreading factual information that I don't want to believe, I have to put my foot down. Let's face it, those so called high achiever supposedly high IQ (whatever that means) scientists don't know nuffin.
8   Onvacation   ignore (4)   2018 Aug 4, 1:01pm   ↑ like (0)   ↓ dislike (0)   quote   flag        

marcus says
I can see you've really done your research.

Thank you. I have.
marcus says
Talking about something as dynamic as climate change, we should all understand that down ticks would not happen if the situation was dire,

So the science is not settled?
marcus says
large amounts of ice disappearing from the arctic before it's all gone.

I have not checked lately but you're right. Today's arctic ice levels are the third lowest since 1979 when we started keeping records. While in Antarctica the ice is at its seventh lowest level. Shouldn't the ice levels be going down in a warming world?
marcus says
when so called technical "experts" start spreading factual information that I don't want to believe,

It's climate science not religion. In science when the data does not match our theory we change the theory. At this point co2 is so disconnected from temperature rise that only the brainwashed BELIEVE..

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