A couple of graphs of linear trends for 30 and 50 years in the CRUTEM series.
I wonder if Barry didn’t produce as much rain as was predicted because of poor NWP modelling or a failure in global heating to do it’s thing?
A similarly extreme heatwave 100 years ago would have been 4°C cooler – but would it still have been a heatwave?
Are the ‘extreme climate event attribution’ brigade the new ‘thought police’?
You would assume that the number of heatwaves has increased in the UK since 1878, but is this the case?
If it’s severe weather then it must be down to global warming
The great Aletsch glacier melting is melting at record rates at the moment.
An article I wrote in March about the mild end to February, but just how exceptional was it in the CET series?
What’s going on with the temperature at Svalbard if that’s not a silly question?
Five graphs that tell there own story about the warming that’s been going on across the world at an alarming rate in some places since 1965.
The month of April 2019 was the second warmest in the CRUTEM estimated global temperature series.
The IPCC seem to be fixated on when global temperatures will be 1.5°C higher than those in pre-industrial times, no doubt naturally thinking, that there was time left to do something about it. This is what the IPCC report says about when they expect this to happen. Global warming will likely rise to 1.5 °C above pre-industrial levels between 2030 and 2052 The missing graph The isn’t a single graph of forecast global temperatures in the IPCC report of 2018 illustrating just how world temperatures are forecast to rise in the coming years to achieve the magic value of 1.5°C warmer...