Friday, May 04, 2012

RSS Shows Big Jump for April Temperature

RSS is out with their April lower troposphere anomaly: +0.333°C. That's the 6th-warmest April in their 34-year record.

A commenter here believes it implies a UAH LT anomaly of about +0.35°C.

By the way, the current "decade" (i.e. last 120 months) is 0.13°C warmer in the lower troposphere, as measured by RSS. That makes it absurd to claim that global warming has "stopped."

Added: The Arctic, as measured by RSS, is 0.55°C warmer than 10 years ago. Over the entire RSS record the Arctic has warmed at a linear rate of 0.34 ± 0.06 °C/decade. That projects to 6.1°F in a century.

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