NINO3.4 SST anomalies for the week centered on March 12, 2011 show that central equatorial Pacific SST anomalies have resumed their rise from La Niña maximum after a minor pause. They’re at approximately -0.8 deg C.
NINO3.4 SST Anomalies – Short-Term
Weekly Global SST anomalies have been stagnant for the past few weeks, but they should resume their rise shortly in response to the end of the peak ENSO season. They are presently at +0.105 deg C.
Global SST Anomalies – Short-Term
This weekly Reynolds OI.v2 SST dataset begins in 1990. I’ve started the graphs in 2004 to make the variations visible.
SOURCEOI.v2 SST anomaly data is available through the NOAA NOMADS system:
I am in the middle of a debate with the Nature Conservancy which has partnered with GISS. Keep up the good work. I will be including some of this in my upcoming presentation in Guilford Ct on the 17 of May. It involves Coastal Resilience which appears to be nothing more than a big land grab that is to be nation wide. By applying large sea level rise they will show more land being inundated by sea level in 89years. Guilford is one of the pilot projects along with Old Saybrook and South Bay on Long Island. It is important to stop this in the bud.
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