Tuesday, June 10, 2014

UAH Lower Troposphere: Warmest 10-year Period on Record

UAH's May anomaly for the lower troposphere is +0.33°C, the 3rd-warmest May in their records.

It also makes the last 10 years (120 months) the warmest in their records (error bars excluded):

Here is UAH compared to RSS, adjusting the latter to have the same baseline:

Over the last 12 months, UAH has been an average of 0.12°C above RSS. Roy Spencer says a new version of UAH's model will very slightly reduce their anomalies in the second half of their record, making them slightly more RSS-like.

1 comment:

Jim Pettit said...

Excellent. And the continued heating can be seen in even the actual temperature data rather than anomalies: