I posted earlier about problems with GISS. They have now posted the January anomaly, and it is 0.61°C, up from 0.44°C in December. That's a big rise, but less than the big drop in December. TempLS recorded a similar rise (0.15°C), and I blogged about that and the reasons here. NOAA also rose from 0.42°C to 0.54°C.
As usual below the fold I'll show the comaparative spatial distributions.
Here is the GISS map for January:
And here is the TempLS map (from here), which uses spherical harmonics:
More data and plots