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?
Told you it was cold!
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.
The month of April 2019 was the second warmest in the CRUTEM estimated global temperature series.
Surprisingly I’ve found that you very rarely see an average month for temperature, rainfall and sunshine, but May 2019 was such a month across the UK.
The coldest June in the central England series was that of 1675 but what about June of 1972 which lies joint second coldest?
Anomaly charts for a period of a month like these for mean temperature and MSLP don’t always give a true indication of how either have been during a month as was the case in May 2019.
A look back at the record cold night of the 12/13th December 1981 at Shawbury, and how it may have been even colder if thickening cloud and wind hadn’t arrived late in the night.
Rather embarrassingly for the Met Office their estimates of mean global temperatures have been below the 1°C higher then the pre-industrial era for several months. But now with the belated release of the March values they’ve bounced back up.