Global Temperatures Fall Below 30-Year Baseline, Now Down 0.75C From 2016 Peak
The Version 6.0 global average lower tropospheric temperature reading for January 2022 is in. It shows a negative anomaly of -0.04 deg. C vs the multidecadal average.
Despite the ever-loudening cries of ‘Catastrophic Anthropogenic Global Warming’ and the mindless prosperity-wrecking policies that accompany them, this is the fourth sharp global temperature drop in as many months, drops that continue the overall downward trend observed since 2016’s peak (now down 0.75C deg. C since then).
In simpler terms, it’s getting harder and harder for the establishment’s anti-human narrative to be maintained.
A continuation of Earth’s cooling trend is highly probable over the coming months –with the odd bump along the way: climate is cyclic, after all– as low solar activity, La Nina, and the aftereffects of Hunga Tonga’s record-setting mesospheric eruption continue to have an infinitely-larger influence over our climate than a natural byproduct of human existence (see how that works).
According to the 15x NASA/NOAA AMSU satellites that measure every square inch of the lower troposphere (where life resides), planet Earth cooled drastically during over the past 4 months: from 0.32C above the multidecadal baseline in October 2022, to 0.17C above in November, to 0.05C above in December, to now -0.04C below in January 2023.
Again, to simplify this for your average spoon-fed alarmist, Earth was warmer back in 1983:
The various regional departures from the 30-year average are tabled below (scroll down to Jan 2023 in bold):
We note that five of the six individual regions cooled last month: the Southern Hemisphere (-0.14C), Australia (-0.50C), the Tropics (-0.38C), the Northern Hemisphere (+0.05C), and the Arctic (-0.12C) — all barring the USA48 (-0.21C to +0.12C).
Discard establishment publications and data-collations for they are agenda-driven and are subject to tampering, discrepancies and obfuscations.
17 Thoughts to “Global Temperatures Fall Below 30-Year Baseline, Now Down 0.75C From 2016 Peak”
Sorry guys time to mention this again.
What goes up doesn’t necessarily come down.
GSM = excess moisture in the atmosphere =
a parallel convective current joining long wave radiation in the dissipation of heat into space. The combination of these two vigorous extinguishers of heat energy from the earth’s surface exceeds the ability of the sun to replenish that heat energy lost. There is only one possible outcome. Global cooling.
The formation of snow in the upper atmosphere has a six-fold compound cascading cooling impact. One thing happens it snows, but the impact is multiplied by six.
1. The state change from water to ice deposits heat in the upper atmosphere. It is being deposited at the rate of 144 BTUs per pound of water that is converted to snow at the very minimum. This deposited heat will be dissipated into and radiated off into the background temperature of space which is estimated to be -455*f
2. Snow fall is a key episode governing and controlling the cooling process. For the vertical current to provide cooling there must be a separation between the heat absorbed by the upper atmosphere and the ice that was created when the upper atmosphere surrendered part of its volume of cold or lack of heat. The gravity driven falling snow provides the separation from the heat that was deposited in the upper atmosphere or left behind during the snow formation and state change from liquid to solid. The snow fall also causes an updraft that draws even more heat up from the surface of the earth.
3. The snow makes a color change to the surface of the earth. The Albedo of the planet is increased. During the advancing spring, sun light will strike the surface of the snow at an obtuse angle reflecting it back into space instead of the earth absorbing that vital warmth. The greater the snow accumulations, the more sunlight is reflected back into space.
4. When the snow on the ground finally melts it absorbs heat, 144 BTUs per pound of snow that melts, which robs the earth of some of the warming provided by the sun.
5. The snow melt increases the wetted surface of the earth creating even more opportunity for excess moisture in the atmosphere. Excess moisture creates the possibility of still more snow. Vicious cycle.
6. The process of water evaporation in and of itself has a cooling effect. The greater the moisture, or the wider the area the moisture covers, the greater the evaporation & the greater the cooling
7. Lastly just physical damage but that won’t cause the earth to discharge additional heat. The previous six will. The greater the volume of snow, the more acute all of these impacts become. Regenerative feedback. A cooling earth would suggest even more opportunities for additional snow formation. Until this chain is broken by the dormant sun returning to its normal irradiance or there is so much cold & snow that the atmosphere becomes arid, the thermal decline will continue deepening.
Additional info from electroverse.co
The albedo of fresh snow can be as high as 0.95, meaning 95% of the sun’s radiation is reflected; snow also has a very high emissivity (averaging 0.98), with snow-covered ground seeing high outgoing longwave radiation, which, without boring everybody = cooling.
Except in the tropical regions every drop of rain starts out as snow.
Thanks for this great analysis!!!
So Snow = Cooling Big Time!!!
I was happy to see the Lower US48 warm +0.12 while
the Artic -0.12 was cooler. At least the facts support
the reason I moved to SW FLORIDA!!!
Scroll to bottom to see in January
that on 12 Days out of 31 the High Temp FAILED to reach the
On the 19th Jan 2023 it shows the High as 14 F while
the LOW Average is 34 F!!
This is an AWESOME Departure to the COLD side!!!
Eight feet of snow forecast on the Olympic Mountains behind my house in the next ten days. Five inches of rain down ‘ere at sea level, winds gusting fifty a few days trees down power out. The snow forecast in the Olympics is the most in the USA, more than the Alps or the Himalayas and on par with Norway. No one lives back there in the Olympics except sasquatches and mountain goats so you won’t see any live cams of traffic jams , it’s Olympic National Park all the way to the ocean sixty miles.
Sunset pic, Olympics:
They are temp stacking like crazy in the Lower 48. Here in Colorado Springs they do it by 5-7 degrees daily. They moved the temp sensor down 1,000 feet in elevation to the farthest SE location of city limits which have expanded. The old temp sensor was near my neighborhood. So even with altering temps warmer the world is still COOLING! Hmm.
Just read where Minnesota (blue state) has a 17 year plan to abolish ALL gas, oil, and coal starting now. I was under the impression that was one of the coldest snowiest states in the US. I don’t think they have enough solar and wind to power their people. I know that I am NOT the crazy one. Jus’ sayin’
And Ercot has failed Texans again. We are up to 429K+ Texas homes without power, including mine. The number continues to climb. Solar panels don’t produce much energy under heavily overcast skies, and with everything having been iced over, just how much are those wind turbines cranking out?
I’m trying to figure out what multi-year La Nina’s mean for global average temperatures. 2021 was a La Nina year after a weak El Nino and saw a large drop in global average temperature. 2022 was another La Nina year but was ever so slightly warmer than 2021. I wonder if 1st La Nina’s lead to cooling bet consecutive ones simply maintain the cool conditions.
See if you can compare some cyclic graphs somewhere.
Often there is time lag not easily seen.
For instance, after the Pinatubo eruption it took
12 months to reach maximum cooling for the planet.
Then it stayed cool for 12 months, and took another year to
get back to normal temps.
In 2008 there was a 30 day period with no sunspots.
No big temp drops I know of in Jan-Mar 2009. Then in
the summer of 2009 another 30+ days of no sunspots.
It took another 6 months til the big Florida million fish kill in Jan 2010 to occur. Similarly in 2019-2020 three periods of 30+ days of no sunspots ending mid Sept. Then 5 months until the big Texas Freeze.
As Hunga Tonga blew 15 Jan 2022 per Pinatubo data we should be reaching maximum cooling right now. See what is happening in the US. Minus -60 F Wind Chill for the NE this weekend. School in Boston called off for tomorrow, not a snow day but a wind chill day!!!
As H.T. was much bigger eruption in my opinion max cooling may not be reached for another couple of months. 10 days ago the Accuweather prediction for Port Jervis, NY indicated below freezing temps for night time lows all the way to 01 April 2023 when 34 was predicted. Today the freezing night time lows are predicted all the way to the 5th April 2023!!!
Is it going to warm up? Let’s see what happens after this
2022 had solar flares adding heat then the flares popped large volcanos and the temp dropped.to now? La Nina cool upwelling where it’s measured is replacing warmer water where it rises? From what I’ve see strong La Nina is hot Indian Ocean, air rising over the Himalayas creates clouds which go due East over the Pacific to N America. This La Nina was not like that from what I watched, the heat was elsewhere North and South of the equator. Typhoons S Indian O made India offshore winds and dry and flooding in Madagascar after years of no rain.
This really filled in a gap in my understanding
of the La Nina effect on atmospheric circulation!
Typhoons in S Indian O the last few years have been picking up Indo’s volcanic emissions rather than all that going up over the Himalayas and then east into the Pacific jet on a strong La Nina.
Makes India, China and west coast US dryer. Also N Australia has had cyclones which have picked up Indo’s volcanic stuff instead of that going up into the Pacific jet stream.
Here in Victoria Australia it is the middle of Summer, in a typical year temps averaging high 20s C with spikes to 40C on Northerly winds before a change which usually drops temps to 18-20C.
Today the top where I was working was 16C but after midday it was sitting on 11.5C – average winter temperatures.
My money is on this coming winter being bitterly cold here.
And in my observation what you get is what the US gets
six months later!
Thanks for the report!
Meanwhile, the whole Tatry National Park just got closed due to avalanche danger and this from today, they had to evacuate a train that got stuck as a result of snowfall-caused traction failure.
Meanwhile in England the winter has been rather mild, I let my fire go out several times during January and early February. There was a cold snap in December which was normal.
Looking forward at long rang forecasts, a mild winter is expected.
Everyone one is saying ong it’s global warming, I always answer no it’s weather and we are a small island in the Atlantic off the coast of Europe in the Gulf stream. Long may it last 🤠