Wednesday, February 13, 2019

UPDATE. NOAA global temperature analysis November 2018 unavailable

Source:  NOAA

1/4/2019 update starts here.

Source:  NOAA

Related reading:
It’s day 136 of 80 degrees or higher in D.C., matching the most on record in a year.  (Washington Post, 10/11/2018)
Several Swedish towns experience hottest ever October day.  (The Local, 10/15/2018)
Temperatures in southern Manitoba soar to record-breaking highs.  (Global News, 10/18/2018)
What’s With This Crazy October Heat, Mumbai Asks.  (The Weather Channel, 10/18/2018)

Source:   NOAA

Related reading:
Denver breaks September heat streak record.  (Denver Post, 9/17/2018)
September was the hottest on record in Tampa. October is providing no relief ... yet.  (Tampa Bay Times, 10/1/2018)
September Was Warmest in 60 U.S. Cities and Wettest in More Than a Dozen.  (Weather Channel, 10/3/2018)
Arizona on pace for yearly heat record after warmest September ever.  (KTAR, 10/10/2018)

Related reading:
Death toll in South Korea heat wave hits 42.  (Inquirer, 8/8/2018)
Heat wave in Japan sends record 30,000 people to hospital in August.  (Japan Today, 9/21/2018)

Related reading
It's hot!  Record July temperature heating up the world.  (USA Today, 7/26/2018)
Red hot planet: This summer’s punishing and historic heat in 7 maps and charts.  (Washington Post, 8/17/2010)

Related reading:
Red-hot planet: All-time heat records have been set all over the world during the past week.  (Washingotn Post, 7/5/2018)
Global Climate Report (May 2018)

 Global Climate Report (April 2018)

North America is one of the new places in the world that turned blue in April.

5/8/2018 update starts here.

4/10/2018 update starts here.

3/20/2018 update, "NOAA reports that globally we're starting out 2018 on the warm side",  starts here.

Global Climate Report - January 2018.  (NOAA)
Related series of posts:
NOAA month-by-month in 2017.

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