Ole Humlum: Climate 4 You annual report 2014

Posted: January 28, 2015 by tallbloke in Analysis, climate

Ole Humlum has produced a report of 2014 climate (pdf 2.1mb), download and enjoy. Ole’s use of a 1998-2006 baseline shows the current state of play against the peak years of ‘global warming’, hence the cool colours, indicating the climate’s gentle descent towards the expected minimum around 2035 as the predicted long slide in solar activity levels starts to take effect.


As you can see, 2014 was warmer than 2013, though the contiguous US states didn’t see much of that.

  1. ren says:

    The current temperatures in the Northeast US.
    Soon comes by snow.

  2. ren says:

    See the next wave in the stratosphere. Its effects will be visible for about a week.

    This is the result of solar activity (in the winter).

    These waves smash polar vortex.

  3. ren says:

    Arctic monthly surface air temperature anomalies versus average 1998-2006 north of 50 o N.


  4. ren says:

    An unusual winter temperatures in the stratosphere over the polar circle.

  5. oldbrew says:

    Delingpole: ‘The hottest year on which record?’

    ‘Scientists seem to be adjusting the evidence. I’d still like to know why’