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The Meaning and Utility of Averages as it Applies to Climate

Guest essay by Clyde Spencer 2017

Introduction

I recently had a guest editorial published here on the topic of data error and precision. If you missed it, I suggest that you read it before continuing with this article. 2,147 more words

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April 6: Calmer Weather Ahead, Looking Back at March

WEATHER

Yesterday turned into a pretty busy day — dozens of wind and hail reports, and the National Weather Service will be out in Bedford and Warren counties doing damage assessments to confirm a couple of tornado touchdowns: 523 more words

Global Temperature Report: March 2017


Global climate trend since Nov. 16, 1978: +0.12 C per decade
March temperatures (preliminary)

Global composite temp.: +0.19 C (about 0.34 degrees Fahrenheit) above 30-year average for March. 392 more words

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March 2017 Projected Temperature Anomalies from NCEP/NCAR Data

Guest Post By Walter Dnes

In continuation of my Temperature Anomaly projections, the following are my March projections, as well as last month’s projections for February… 791 more words

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UAH Global Temperature Report: February 2017 warmest in 39 years

February 2017 Global Temperature Report – Contiguous U.S. has warmest February in past 39 Years

Notes on data released March 2, 2017:
The 2015-16 El Niño Pacific Ocean warming event has faded into history, but the globe still saw its fourth warmest February in the satellite global temperature record, including the warmest February in that time for the contiguous 48 U.S. 406 more words

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January 2017 Projected Temperature Anomalies from NCEP/NCAR Data

Guest Post By Walter Dnes

In continuation of my Temperature Anomaly projections, the following are my February projections, as well as last month’s projections for January… 733 more words

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Coders Race to Save NASA’s Climate Data

A group of coders is racing to save the government’s climate science data.

On Saturday (Feb. 11), 200 programmers crammed themselves into the Doe Library at the University of California, Berkeley, furiously downloading NASA’s Earth science data in a hackathon, Wired reported. 168 more words

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