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New USGS study shows heat retaining concrete and asphalt have encroached upon US Climate Stations

A new study from USGS by Keven Gallo and George Xian verifies what we’ve already learned and published on via the Surface Stations project; that concrete and asphalt (aka impervious surfaces) have increased near weather stations that are used to monitor climate. In this case, it is the much studied USHCN, that climate network I presented…

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Global Temperature Report: August 2016

August 2016 and 2016-to-date are second warmest Notes on data released Sept. 1, 2016: Through the first eight months of the year, 2016 seems to be racing toward what might be its place in history — as the second warmest year in the satellite temperature record. But just by a little bit, according to Dr.…

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August 2016 Projected Temperature Anomalies from NCEP/NCAR Data

Guest Post By Walter Dnes In continuation of my Temperature Anomaly projections, the following are my August projections, as well as last month’s projections for July, to see how well they fared. Data Set Projected Actual Delta HadCRUT4 2016/07 +0.793 +0.736 -0.057 HadCRUT4 2016/08 +0.754 GISS 2016/07 +0.86 +0.84 -0.02 GISS 2016/08 +0.85 UAHv6 2016/07…

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UAH Global Temperature Update for July, 2016

July Temperature Recovers Slightly from Previous Free-Fall From Dr. Roy Spencer: The Version 6.0 global average lower tropospheric temperature (LT) anomaly for July 2016 is +0.39 deg. C, up a little from the June, 2016 value +0.34 deg. C (click for full size version): The global, hemispheric, and tropical LT anomalies from the 30-year (1981-2010)…