The following video is an examination and discussion of the sea surface temperature data associated with the recent blizzard called Nemo, and with hurricane Sandy. There’s nothing unusual about those temperatures, and there’s no evidence of manmade global warming in that data. There is also a very brief discussion at the end of the video about the natural warming of satellite-era sea surface temperatures.
These blog posts were referred to in the video.
The Weather Channel:
Winter Storm Nemo: Why We Named It
Life-Threatening Blizzard Poised to Strike New England
Climate Progress/Think Progress
Historic Blizzard Poised to Strike New England: What Role Is Climate Change Playing?
Hmm. “Poised” seemed to be the operative word that day.
My Blog Climate Observations:
1. Dear Chicken Little: The Sky Is Falling (It’s Snowing) But Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies Off New England Are NOT Unusual
2. Sea Surface Temperature Anomalies along Sandy’s Track Haven’t Warmed in 70+ Years
3. October 2012 Sea Surface Temperatures and Anomalies Along Sandy’s Path Were NOT Unusual
4. The Manmade Global Warming Challenge
5. The Natural Warming of the Global Oceans – Videos – Parts 1 & 2
6. Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about El Niño and La Niña…
The weekly Reynolds OI.v2 sea surface temperature anomaly data and maps are available through the NOAA NOMADS website. And the ERSST.v3b sea surface temperature data is accessible through the KNMI Climate Explorer.
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