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Sharp Drop In RSS Satellite Temperatures In May

June 4, 2016

By Paul Homewood 




RSS have now published their May data, showing a big month on month fall of 0.23C, an even bigger drop than UAH.

Temperatures are now back to below December levels. 


Comparison shows that temperatures for the last two months are well below the same period in 1998. Given the continuing and rapid drop in Nino region SSTs since November, lower troposphere temperatures are likely to fall much more in coming months, even before the onset or otherwise of any La Nina.



  1. June 4, 2016 2:13 pm

    Reblogged this on Climatism and commented:
    Temperatures for last two months well below same period of 1998 El Niño.

    Interesting to see how the fraud squad over at the ministry’s of truth – NASA & NOAA – will report the sharp decline in atmospheric temps, post El Niño.

  2. June 4, 2016 3:41 pm

    Been looking at additional comparisons. Note the 2015 event processed a lot more warm water first half of the year than the 1998 event. That is because it was almost El Nino in 2014. Unsurprising that the 2016 drop is larger and faster. With the predictect sharp La Nina onset, we should be sharply below trend by yearend. That will reinstate the pause and likely carry it well beyond 20 years. A major blow to the climate models.

  3. ray permalink
    June 4, 2016 4:56 pm

    Meanwhile, the Sun has been spotless for the last two days.

    Like the 2014-2016 El Nino, Solar cycle 24 is a confirmed corpse.

    Cycle 25 may be a flop. The (multi-year) test of the validity of solar cycle theories of climate forcing is starting.

  4. A C Osborn permalink
    June 4, 2016 6:44 pm

    The Climate Dummies just did not understand that the slight rise in the Atmospheric Temps was the heat accumulated for many years leaving the planet.
    With the current cycles coming together with a cool sun those temps could drop far & fast.

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