On The Recent Record-High Global Sea Surface Temperatures – The Wheres and Whys

BOB TISDALE… has dissected this recent record high Global sea surface temperatures for JUNE 2014. He has used used lots of graphs to show you how each of the major basins have performed.
It would seem the Nth pacific has ben the culprit

Nth Pacific warm anomlay by Bob tisdale


Bob Tisdale - Climate Observations

NOAA’s State of the Climate Report for June 2014 included the bullet point under global highlights (my boldface):

For the ocean, the June global sea surface temperature was 0.64°C (1.15°F) above the 20th century average of 16.4°C (61.5°F), the highest for June on record and the highest departure from average for any month.

Yikes, it sounds as though it’s a manmade global warming problem.  But we know that’s not true because climate models doubled the warming rate of global sea surface temperatures for the past 3+ decades. So even record highs are much better than the temperatures anticipated by the latest and greatest climate models.  As an advanced warning, NOAA will be making a similar statement for July 2014. Figure 1 See the graphs to the right. (Click for full size.) The red horizontal lines are the July 2014 values. NOAA bases their discussions on the ERSST.v3b-based data (bottom graph). …

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