UAH – 30 Years Of Warming Up In Smoke

Red circle shows where March is currently sitting.


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11 Responses to UAH – 30 Years Of Warming Up In Smoke

  1. suyts says:

    This is quite a remarkable free fall, but not unlike the one we saw a couple of years ago………..I haven’t seen the health of La Nina lately.

  2. B Buckner says:

    I too do not understand your point. It is not even as cold as it was two years ago. Your top plot only compares temps to the last 8 years, not 30.

  3. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    30 years is such a short time for determining any trend. If not for the super El Nino spike of 1998 there would be cooling in the last 30 years. But that wouldn’t mean much either since it’s only measured in 1/100ths of a degree.

    • Philip Finck says:

      I don’t mean to be difficult but that certainly isn’t `visually’ intuitive but yes to over the last say 12 years. It will be interesting to see the temperature trends over say the next 10 years,or 20, 0r 30 …… after which I won’t give a #@*&. 🙂

    • Al Gored says:

      Amino – Indeed. 30 years on an ice core graph barely registers.

      Still, it is starting to look like we’ve wasted a lot of CO2 on this warming project.

  4. richcar 1225 says:

    Check out the SOI index.
    Mclean etal estimate a 7 month lag between the SOI and global temps. SOI is at a record high. From here I estimate we will drop another 1 degree C. The next panic over global cooling will start and be blamed on gobal warming. Who would guess that this much heat could be lost so fast. If .1 degrees per decade warming translates into 1 watt/meter of radiative imbalance at the top of the atmosphere then 1 degree cooling over six months must be something like 200 watts per meter of cooling.

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