A couple of graphs of linear trends for 30 and 50 years in the CRUTEM series.
The heatwave over parts of France may have caught all the headlines but the centre of the warmth in June lay much further east in Poland and Ukraine.
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’?
Two unlikely winners in the UK Heatwave that almost never happened, but where are they?
You would assume that the number of heatwaves has increased in the UK since 1878, but is this the case?
The great Aletsch glacier melting is melting at record rates at the moment.
What’s going on with the temperature at Svalbard if that’s not a silly question?
Just why has the first half of June been so cold this year?
Flaming June continues and the 11 June 2019 provisionally ended up as the coldest for that day in central England for over 141 years.
Is Oxford observatory the longest temperature series in the British Isles as Jonathan Amos claims?
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.