By Paul Homewood
Amidst all of the hottest evah claims, a dose of reality from UAH:
Global temperatures fell back to 0.19C in August. This means the YTD average is 0.23C, putting them back to roughly where they were in 2002.
Arctic sea ice is tracking close to 2014, which finished with one of the highest minimums in the last decade. Current extent is well above the last three years.
Greenland’s Ice Sheet Surface Mass Balance grew at close to record levels for the second year running:
While at the bottom of the world, sea ice around Antarctica is perfectly normal:
And, according to Climate Reanalyzer, the world’s temperatures are only 0.1C above the 1979-2000 mean, with large chunks of the world colder than normal:
Somehow, I don’t see armageddon!