Thursday, July 11, 2013
The TempLS monthly anomaly for June 2013 was 0.498°C, compared with 0.48° in May. Satellite indices rose by about 0.2°C, but from a low base.
Here is the spherical harmonics plot of the temperature distribution:
The pattern is oddly similar to last month, with a cold spot in central Asia and warmth each side, and W Europe and India cold. But the Alaska warmth shows up.
And here is the map of stations reporting:
Posted by Nick Stokes at 3:38 PM