GISS just released its LOTI update for November and it included their Meteorological Annual Mean (December to November) global surface temperature for 2014.
2014 came close. See Figure 1. There was a sizeable downtick in the monthly data from October to November, so if there’s a sizeable uptick in December, the annual (January to December) data could swing the other way.
I’ll try to publish the full November 2014 update tomorrow.
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Thanks in advance + A Merry X-mas & A Happy New Year 2015!
Thomas, I’m not on Facebook so I don’t know how to do what you are asking. Sorry.
Thanks for this preview, Bob.
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Thank you for all the valuable work you do and publish. You are one of the “good guys” who shares his knowledge.