Wednesday, March 8, 2017

February global surface temperature up 0.106°C.

TempLS mesh posted another substantial rise in February, from 0.737°C to 0.843°C. This follows the earlier very similar rise of 0.09°C in the NCEP/NCAR index, and smaller rises in the satellite indices. Exceeding January, February was record warm by any pre-Nino16 standards.It was warmer (in anomaly) than any month before October 2015.

TempLS grid also rose by 0.11°C. The breakdown plot showed the main contributions from Siberia and N America, with Arctic also warm. The map shows those features, and also cold in the Middle East.


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