Three warmest January-May periods in the 137-year temperature analysis record: 1) 2016 2) 2017 3) 2015
Top 4 warmest January to June global temperatures in at least 138 years... 1. 2016 2. 2017 3. 2018 4. 2015 [Graph using data from ]
Five warmest January-September global temperatures since at least 1880... 1. 2016 2. *2019* 3. 2017 4. 2018, 2015 + Data: at + Figure: available from
Global temperature anomalies by month through November 2019. Every month so far this year has been >0.85Ā°C above the 1951-1980 climate baseline. *Note: M = sunspot cycle max, m = sunspot cycle min, V = volcano [Data from . Graphic prepared by ]
Five warmest January-August global temperatures since at least 1880... 1. 2016 2. *2019* 3. 2017 4. 2015 5. 2018 + Data: at + Figure: available from
For the first time, every month so far this year has been at least 1Ā°C greater than the 1951-1980 climate baseline. *Note: M = sunspot cycle max, m = sunspot cycle min, V = volcano [Anomalies from . Graphic by ]
The 5 warmest average January-November global temperatures have all occurred within the last 5 years... + Data from (GISTEMP): + Graphic from
Five warmest January-May global temperatures since at least 1880... 1. 2016 2. 2017 3. *2019* 4. 2018 5. 2015 + Data: at + Figure: available from
Global temperature anomalies (departure from average) by month through November 2018 --> variability and a long-term trend *Note: M = sunspot cycle max, m = sunspot cycle min, V = volcano [Data from . Graphic by ]
The 6 warmest average January-March global temperatures have all occurred within the last 6 years... šŸ¤” + Data from (GISTEMP): + Graphic from
Changes in decadal temperature anomalies (departure from average)... + Graphic: + Data:
Five warmest January-October global temperatures since at least 1880... 1. 2016 2. *2019* 3. 2017 4. 2015 5. 2018 + Data: at + Figure: available from
2019 : 2nd warmest on record globally 2018 : 5th warmest on record globally 2017 : 3rd warmest on record globally 2016 : warmest year 2015 : 4th warmest on record globally šŸ¤” + Data set is available since 1880: + Graph by:
Five warmest January-September global temperatures since at least 1880... 1. 2016 2. *2020* 3. 2019 4. 2017 5. 2018, 2015 + Data: at + Figure: available from
Changes in decadal surface air temperature anomalies (departure from the 1951-1980 average)... + Graphic: + Data: GISTEMP ()
Every month in 2019 was >0.85Ā°C above the 1951-1980 climate baseline (5 months were ā‰„1.0Ā°C). There is no impending ice age/global cooling. *Note: M = sunspot cycle max, m = sunspot cycle min, V = volcano [Data from . Graphic prepared by ]
Only 3 months have observed a mean global temperature anomaly >1.20Ā°C above the 1951-1980 climate baseline (GISTEMPv4 data) 1. February 2016 2. March 2016 3. *February 2020* *Note: M = sunspot cycle max, m = sunspot cycle min, V = volcano [Graphic by ]
We've added another month (March 2019) greater than 1Ā°C above the 1951-1980 climate baseline. *Note: M = sunspot cycle max, m = sunspot cycle min, V = volcano [Data from . Graphic by ]
The 5 warmest average January-April global temperatures have fallen in the last 5 years... + Data from (GISTEMP): + Graphic from
2019 is the 2nd warmest January through July period on record since at least 1880. The Arctic has observed the largest temperature anomalies. + Data from (GISTEMP): + Graphic by
Warmest average January-June global temperatures... 1. 2016 2. *2020* 3. 2017 4. 2019 5. 2015, 2018 + Graphic from
Comparison of the top 3 warmest (2016, 2017, 2015) mean Jan-Oct surface air temperatures (since at least 1880)... [ data, additional plots: ]
Comparison of monthly global temperature anomalies over the last 5 years... Clearly, June and July were the warmest on record in 2019 within this data set (GISTEMPv4). [Plot from ]
Just another visual stating the obvious... the global temperature is rising [Data from . Graphic by ]
New record high June (global temperature anomaly). (Graphs from ) #climatechange #climate Much bolder action needed than current small tweaks & backsliding on #carbon free electricity and transport. Net costs of inaction >> impact costs in warmer world
The 6 warmest average January-April global temperatures have all occurred within the last 6 years... šŸ§ + Data from (GISTEMPv4): + Graphic from
The 6 warmest average January-May global temperatures have all occurred within the last 6 years... šŸšØ Note the anomalies >7Ā°C over Siberia in 2020! + Data from (GISTEMPv4): + Graphic from
We've added yet another month (September 2020) ā‰„1Ā°C above the 1951-1980 climate baseline šŸ„“ *Note: M = sunspot cycle max, m = sunspot cycle min, V = volcano [Anomalies from . Graphic by ]
We've added yet another month (January 2020) greater than 1Ā°C above the 1951-1980 climate baseline šŸ™„ *Note: M = sunspot cycle max, m = sunspot cycle min, V = volcano [Anomalies from . Graphic by ]
Every month so far in 2020 is ā‰„0.89Ā°C above the 1951-1980 climate baseline (5 months are >1.0Ā°C). *Note: M = sunspot cycle max, m = sunspot cycle min, V = volcano [Data from . Graphic prepared by ]
Global temperature anomalies by month through September 2019. Every month so far this year has been >0.80Ā°C above the 1951-1980 climate baseline. *Note: M = sunspot cycle max, m = sunspot cycle min, V = volcano [Data from . Graphic prepared by ]
Global temperature anomalies by month through August 2020. Every month so far this year has been ā‰„0.85Ā°C above the 1951-1980 climate baseline. *Note: M = sunspot cycle max, m = sunspot cycle min, V = volcano [Data from . Graphic prepared by ]
We've added yet another month (March 2020) greater than 1Ā°C above the 1951-1980 climate baseline šŸ„“ *Note: M = sunspot cycle max, m = sunspot cycle min, V = volcano [Anomalies from . Graphic by ]
Global temperature anomalies (departure from average) by month through February 2019 --> variability and a long-term trend *Note: M = sunspot cycle max, m = sunspot cycle min, V = volcano [Data from . Graphic by ]
Decadal temperature anomalies (departure from average) since 1900 [ GISTEMP data] Graphic from
Global mean temperature anomalies (YTD) - 4 warmest periods on record all within the last 4 years (since at least 1880)... Graphic using data:
The 4 warmest January to October periods have occurred in the last 4 years. Data using GISTEMP since 1880. [Graphic from ]
Changes in decadal temperature anomalies (departure from average)... + Graphic: ā€¦ + Data: GISTEMP ()
2019 is statistically tied with 2017 for the 2nd warmest January through June period on record... + Data from (GISTEMP): + Graphic by