Greenland Temperature Trends 1873 – 2015
By Paul Homewood
You would be forgiven for thinking that Greenland is burning up. But you would be wrong!
DMI have published their Historical Climate Data Collection 1768-2015 for Greenland, and figures for last year continue to show temperatures in the 1930s and 40s were as warm as in recent years.
The only exception to this trend was the anomalously warm year of 2010, which created a lot of excitement in alarmist circles. Numbers since then, however, show that this was no more than an outlier, a weather event. Since then, temperatures have returned to previous levels. Indeed, last year was a particularly cold one, especially in the west.
Below are legible versions of the above graphs!
In Nuuk, for instance, last year was the coldest since 1993. Incredible though it may sound, it was actually colder there than any year between 1922 and 1971.
You will none of this from our supposedly objective media, who would much rather feed you with myths about the Greenland ice sheet melting away.