Monday, October 21, 2013

TempLS global temp up 0.01°C in September


GHCN now seems to be OK after the shutdown. There was a tiny increase from August (0.49°C) to September (0.504°C). UAH seems to be the only other index reporting to date - it showed a much larger increase.

Here is the spherical harmonics plot of the temperature distribution:



Warm spots in Canada and Australia; cold in Siberia and E Europe..


And here is the map of stations reporting:




3 comments:

  1. Do you make all your plots with javascript?
    (I am a recent convert to Python but haven't played with javascript)

    Also what are all those stations in the sea?

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    1. SCM.
      These plots are made with R. Javascript is good for anything dynamic or interactive, but to draw a plot you have to use it with something like a HTML 5 canvas. That's what I do with the climate plotter.

      The stations in the sea are my way of handling the ERSST data. This comes on a 5x5° grid, and I create an artificial station at the centre of each grid.

      Javascript is great for whaat it does, and it has a C-like syntax. You can get good online info and manual here.

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    2. Thanks for that - C/C++ is my 'mother tongue' so I'll have to check it Javascript out,

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