February 2016 Global Surface Temperature Anomalies May or May Not Have Been Highest on Record, According to the UKMO

Watts Up With That?

Guest Post by Bob Tisdale

UPDATE:  I used the phrase “may or may not” with respect to February 2016 being the warmest on record in the title and text of this post.  Nick Stokes on the thread of the cross post at WUWT advises that based on his analysis “98.7% of the time, Feb 2016 is higher” than January 2007.  Or to put that in the terms NOAA uses for their SOTC, it is “very likely” February 2016 is warmest.

Once again, when presented with evidence that I’ve presented something incorrectly in a post, I am more than happy to acknowledge and correct it.  Unfortunately, that cannot be said for many alarmists.

Additionally, that does not change the remainder of the post which notes that the uptick in global surface temperatures in response to the 2015/16 El Niño is comparable to that of the 1997/98 El Niño.  That has…

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