Sunday, May 16, 2021

BTW, the La Nina is Over, But....

I didn't realize this until the other day, but the 2020-2021 La Nina is now finished, and has been for a couple of months now.



However, there may be another La Nina this fall, according to the International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI) at Columbia University:


So 2021 is going to be a relatively cool year globally, and already has been -- this graph is from James Hansen's monthly email missive:


In the past we might have heard the usual crap about "global warming is over," but I can't see anyone falling for that now. The public discussion really has changed. But 2021 won't be a record warm year. 

4 comments:

David in Cal said...

Yes, I think most of the public have reached a position, with which I agree

1. Anthropogenic global warming is real
2. It's not a cataclysmic catastrophe that takes precedence over all other issues. Rather, it's a problem to be dealt with, along with many other problems

Cheers

Layzej said...

This is good news DiC. When do you think the Republican party will catch up?

Bal√°zs said...

The clowns at WUWT still believe this year marks the beginning of a new ice age. They think the cold spell and the relatively cold q1 is a definite sign of it.

David Appell said...

My god they never learn