Global temperatures November 2020

The running 12 month average of the seven main global temperature anomalies have more or less levelled off in November 2020. It had looked like they were set to fall back but another remarkably warm month across the world prevented that from really happening though a La Niña event is currently underway. For example the 30 year linear trend for anomalies during November in the GISTemp series is showing an increase of 0.254°C per decade and +0.264°C in the ERA5 series. If these increases in November were replicated in all the other months of the year global temperatures would rise by over 2.5°C degrees in the next century.

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