Tuesday, November 2, 2021

TempLS global temperatures for July, August and September

Moyhu is back, and there is some catching up to do. The usual temperature post for October will appear soon. But to maintain continuity, although it is old news, here are the TempLS results for the three missing months, together with the GISS comparisons.

First, here is the graph usually shown here, which shows the comparison between TempLS and others in that time, to a common base



Nothing surprising; all datasets are in agreement except for UAH, with TempLS and GISS particularly close. The actual numbers for those months are shown here. Below are the maps of temperature, shown as usual using the GISS colors and base period:

TempLSGISS
July


August


September




Next I'll post a catch-up on the NCEP/NCAR daily data.









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