Roy Spencer usually publishes their temperature anomaly for the lower troposphere for the month just ended on the first of the month.
But it's not published today. (As of Sept 1, 4:54 pm Central Time.)
I've noticed from the past that he often doesn't publish it on the first of the month when the anomaly is high.
But never when the anomaly is low.
Of course, maybe he's on vacation. It is Labor Day here on Monday, and maybe he's getting in a four-day leave. I hope that's the reason. Wouldn't want to think there's a bias going on. Wouldn't want to think there's a bit of a file drawer problem.
(Seriously though, there is a real issue, in me and everyone else, to stop analysis when we get the result we think we want, and to keep looking for problems when we don't. I guess the only solution to that is for others to look at the science too and see what they get. Science does that and usually gets it right, but usually it takes some time. The RSS group hasn't published their August LT anomaly yet, but then they usually don't on the first of the month, but usually a few days later, sometimes several days later. Seems like a better delivery system.)