• Date: 27/01/15
  • Dr David Whitehouse

With the release of the 2014 HadCRUT4 data by the UK Met Office, and the previous release of global temperature data by Berkeley Earth, Nasa and Noaa

The Met Office said:


new hadcrut4

HadCRUT4. Click on image to enlarge.

Warm Pacific

Looking in detail at why 2014 was a warm year shows that it was down to unusually warm temperatures for a few months in the northeast Pacific. It is also obvious that had December not been such a warm month 2014 would have been much cooler. The Met Office says in its press release:

press release

proclaimed without doubt, and without even quoting the temperature and any error information, that 2014 was the warmest year ever.

2014 fits in perfectly with the suggestion that for the past 18 years HadCRUT4 is best represented by a constant temperature.

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