Sunday, March 6, 2016

More on February Global Oven

It's another two weeks to NOAA and NASA releasing the official numbers on February's global temperatures, but the data is already revealing just how extreme the month was.

While the global anomalies seen in the animation may not match the official numbers from NOAA and NASA, due to differences in calculations, the overall pattern is consistent enough for comparison.
According to the latest report from the NSIDC: "February 2016 sea ice extent was the lowest in the satellite record at 14.22 million square kilometers (5.48 million square miles)."


See ----->http://neer-do-well-hall-of-infamey.blogspot.ca/2016/03/february-temperatures-off-charts-15-to.html
See ----->http://neer-do-well-hall-of-infamey.blogspot.ca/2016/03/leaking-pingos-can-explode-under-sea-in.html
See ----->http://neer-do-well-hall-of-infamey.blogspot.ca/2016/02/climate-change-effects-accelerating.html

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