AGW

CO2 three year cycle doesn’t disappoint

As most of my regular readers know I keep an eye on the Mauna Loa CO2 monthly values every now and then, but they are a bit predictable, always going up with that now familiar saw tooth profile. That’s why I always show a chart of the 12...

Climate Check – March 2020

The five minute BBC monthly Climate Check program is proving to be an interesting watch if you are in anyway interested in the climate of the world. In this months edition Ben Rich said that temperatures in Europe had been 3.4°C above average, he then went on to...

Global temperatures, volcanoes and El Niño

I have now added some extra functionality to my Global Temperature application to overlay (or should that be underlay) ENSO and volcanic events on it. As you can see there must be a strong correlation between increases in global warming and El Niño events, having said that the...

Six of the best!

I have been very busy over the last week updating an old program that I use to download and visualise the monthly global temperature data from the UKMO and NASA. I haven’t devoted enough time to the subject of Global Temperatures in recent years so decided to improve...

The most important number in the world

I calculate anomalies for both pressure and temperature each month in an application that I run in my old PC in my box room office using free gridded data that I download from NOAA. I can calculate anomalies for any period, I can even give you a chart...

February 2020 – temperature anomalies

It’s no wonder that Europe has ended up with the mildest winter on records with February returning another startlingly high +6.4°C anomaly. I notice that the media have suddenly woken up to just how exceptionally mild this winter has been across Europe, particularly in the east and northeast....

“Unprecedented”- I don’t believe it.

Chris Fawkes was chatting to day on the 2.30 PM weather slot on the BBC News channel. This five minute chat can give you some insight to how each weathercaster thinks and occasionally it’s quite intersting to boot. Today Chris was going on about the “unprecedented” number of...

xmetman forecasts CO2 to hit 416.83 ppm by May

It’s when the rise in CO2 levels ever starts to falter and diminish that we should start to get excited, then we will know that changes introduced in some countries across the world has started to have a real effect.

Super mild Europe and Russia

Mean temperatures across Russia have continued to be well above average so far this January as they were in December.