Thursday, 11 May 2017

Lower Tropospheric Temperatures

Lower Tropospheric Temperatures

John McLean

Reblog from

General Notes
1. Data from the University of Alabama (Huntsville) (i.e. UAH) and available here.
2. These plots use the latest available data from UAH and therefore include any revisions
     (currently at v6.0).
3. The monthly anomalies are relative to the 1981-2010 average for the corresponding calendar month.
4. On all graphs, the year label appears in the January position.
5. My thanks to Dr. Wilson Flood of Dumfries, Scotland, for preparing these graphs
Global combined land and sea
Global land only,
Global sea only,
Tropics (20N-20S) combined land and sea,
Northern exotropics (20N-90N) combined land and sea,
Southern exotropics (20S-90S) combined land and sea,
North Pole (60N-90N),
South Pole (60S-90S),
USA (48 states),

Figure 1 - Global temperatures, combined land and sea

Figure 2 - Global temperatures - land only

Figure 3 - Global temperatures - sea only

Figure 4 - Tropical temperatures (latitude 20N - 20S)

Figure 5 - Temperatures in northern exotropics

Figure 6 - Temperatures in Southern exotropics

Figure 7 - Temperatures at the North Pole

Figure 8 - Temperatures at the South Pole

Figure 9 - Temperatures for the 48 US states

Figure 10 - Australia