Monday, August 11, 2014

July SST Highest Ever, Excepting Only Last Month

Last month the Hadley global sea surface temperature (SST) anomaly for June was at its highest ever for the entire dataset, which goes back to 1850.

This month, Hadley's July SST anomaly was second-highest, warmer than all months except last month. (Seems like the start of a cooling trend).

Map of sea-surface temperature anomalies from HadSST3 for latest month

1 comment:

tonylearns said...

I have it on good authority that Easterbrook's projected cooling is about to happen. that it takes 10 years or so for the decrease in solar radiation to impact the climate.
all these record hot months in a row are just "weather".