March Global Sea Surface Temperatures

“Hot” on the heels (ahem) of the March UAH global temperature anomaly, we have the likely primary driver of that number, a persistent El Nino in the Pacific. WUWT contributor Bob (you want graphs with that?) Tisdale explains. – Anthony March 2010 SST Anomaly Update Guest Post by Bob Tisdale MONTHLY SST ANOMALY MAP The…


March UAH Global Temperature Update

by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D. The global-average lower tropospheric temperature continues to be quite warm: +0.65 deg. C for March, 2010. This is about the same as January. Global average sea surface temperatures (not shown) remain high.

Spaceweather alert – first "red alert" in 6 years

From the Rice University Spaceweather listserver: The listserver moderator writes in a separate email: =================================== WOW – a real honest substorm coming! As those in our “spacalrt” email listserver have just heard, the ACE spacecraft is measuring a high speed southward IMF, so the the Boyle Index (BI) went above 200 for the first time…