Tuesday, April 14, 2015

NASA GISS: March was 5th Warmest Month in Their Record

GISS's March anomaly was +0.84°C, the 5th warmest (most anomalous) month since 1880.

It was the 3rd warmest March. The Northern Hemisphere (+1.17°C) was the warmest March in the records, and the second-highest of any month in the NH.

My guess (+0.86°C) was again pretty good.

Recent temperatures are climbing, and now approach the peak of the 1997-98 El Nino:

Nino3.4 anomaly on left-hand axis; GISTEMP anomaly on right-hand axis.

April 2015, however, is looking like it will have a signficant anomaly drop of perhaps 0.2°C - 0.3°C, based on the first half of the month. More on that later.

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