Tuesday, November 12, 2013

UAH Temperature, Still a 5-year Record

The UAH temperature anomaly for the lower troposphere for October is +0.29°C. That still keeps the last 5 years (a nonclimatological period, though) at it highest value ever in their records:

It's also the warmest 9 years in their record, though that too is a nonclimatological interval. The 30-yr linear trend is 0.18°C/decade.

By the way, in the last two months UAH has been 0.21°C and 0.18°C higher than RSS (after adjusting for different baselines) -- quite a bit. It's not clear either is trustworthy at the moment.

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