18 Year October Cooling Trend Continues

Last month continued the global 18 year cooling trend, with the 6th coolest October of the millennium. NOAA calls this “the hottest October ever”

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UAH also said it was the hottest October ever, and are diverging from RSS at 1.5C/century

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Given that October had record Antarctic sea ice, and near record Northern Hemisphere snow cover – the RSS data is far more believable.

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8 Responses to 18 Year October Cooling Trend Continues

  1. nickreality65 says:

    .1 C? That’s a poor excuse for a “divergence.” Looks like noise in the data.

  2. With such divergence in high tech modern tempurature detection how can there be any certainty with proxies used to prove warmest ever. Buffoons they are.
    To alarmists:
    Relax, enjoy today’s weather and please don’t screw our progress with your guilt ridden delusions.

  3. GW says:

    Have you raised the issue with Dr.’s Spencer or Christy ?

    • They think it was the hottest October ever.

      • GW says:

        And they offered nothing in the way of an explanation for the discrepancy ? Do you think they are somehow going along now with the propaganda ? And can no longer be trusted to be honest brokers ?

        • I have no idea what is going with UAH. Their numbers don’t make any sense to me.

        • Gail Combs says:

          Steve,
          Are you aware of the Chinese hack?

          China hacks into U.S. weather satellite network
          China recently hacked into U.S. weather and satellite systems, forcing cybersecurity teams to seal off vital data, officials said Wednesday.

          The news comes two days after the U.S. Postal Service announced it had been hacked — also reportedly by the Chinese. Wednesday, President Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping announced a climate change agreement in Beijing….

          In recent weeks, four NOAA websites were compromised, spokesman Scott Smullen said. “NOAA staff detected the attacks, and incident response began immediately,” he said.

          The Washington Post, which first reported the attack, said the initial breach was in September, but government officials gave no indication of the problem until Oct. 20….
          Even as Obama shook hands with China’s president, an unspoken cyberwar continued to run between the two nations, Ferrara said.

          “Functionally, we’re in a spirit of détente with the Chinese. We’re talking with them and trying to cut deals with them, but we’re both hitting each other with two-by-fours in the background,”….

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