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  1. Hi I’ve just downloaded the latest CRUTEM v4.2.0.0 data (for land) from the Met Office which extends back to 1850. I’ve developed graphs for the series before, but I never really put that much effort into them, but with the recent assessment from the IPCC, I thought I would revisit them and rework them a little. I’ve added the usual 12 month moving average, along with a linear trend, and accompanying labels with a value of the decadal change in mean temperature for each of the graphs. No real surprises here, the 10 year change for the whole global series is +0.06°C per decade, this is
  2. Hi As a follow up to the CRUTEM4 data that I posted about yesterday, I have put together a chart and table of the Ben Nevis observatory observations that are included in that data set from the year 1884 to 1903. I have also included a comparison chart for Fort William, and added a plotted SYNOP grid for Cairngorm from this January. As always you can find it along with a lot of other interesting and diverse stuff to do with all things meteorological on my blog: http://xmetman.wordpress.com/2013/08/13/ben-nevis-observatory-1884-1903/ Bruce.
  3. Hi I've been delving into the temperature climate records again by means of the CRUTEM4 data series, and put together nine graphs from seven continents that you might find of interest in the global warming debate... As usual they can be found at my blog: http://xmetman.wordpress.com/2013/08/12/nine-graphs-that-might-just-change-the-way-you-think/ Bruce.
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