A slight disagreement in global temperature anomalies for June 2019 between the GISS and CRUTEM series.
It’s always puzzled me why the Met Office makes no effort to display a chart of the sea surface temperatures around the coast of this sceptred Isles.
The North Atlantic cold blob has turned into a warm but what does it mean for our weather?
According to Wikipedia at the time of a solar minimum two solar cycles can coexist – not a lot of people know that.
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?
Remarkably none of the torrential rain across northeast Scotland was thundery in nature, despite there being a yellow warning in force for thunderstorms.
A heatmap of mean temperature anomalies in central England for the last 3,615 weeks.
I’m sorry for this late peice of sad news – but I’ve only just heard about the demise of the much loved AWS at Gravesend-Broadness.
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?
June 2019 was the fifth most cyclonic since 1871