UPDATE: The original version of this post had the y axis going from -1 to 1. I’ll leave those graphs at the bottom.
The new graphs have -3 to 3. Notice how much the NoPol Ocean temperatures fluctuate compared to the other 3 regions.
UAH for December 2015 is out.
Here is the South and North Pole Ocean Data plus the Southern and Northern Extent Ocean Data
The NOAA ranked October 2015 precipitation in California as 45 out of 121 with 121 being wettest.
That means 44 Octobers were drier. Up and down — dry and then wet. That is normal. Its not climate change.
NOAA says it was the 15th hottest October maximum temperature since 1895 in the USA.
But it was 4.2F colder that October 1963. (Rank was 107 out of 121 where 121 is hottest)
These are the NOAA rankings by state for maximum temperatures for July 2015.
A rankingof 121 would be the highest. 1 would be the lowest.
Nevada was ranked 7th. That means only 6 July’s in Nevada were colder.
All those blue and white states had a pretty cold July.
Update: Data here
According to the NOAA , Maximum temperatures in the USA were -0.77F colder than the 1901-2000 average.
1936 was ranked 121 (121 is hottest) and was 4.93F hotter than 2015.
2015 was only ranked 34.
UAH for April 2015 is out. “NOTE: This is the first monthly update with our new Version 6.0 dataset.”
A few selected graphs. North Pole, South Pole, Northern Hemisphere, Southern Hemisphere.
Click for bigger.