Also the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) projects a sturdy Arctic sea ice extent for this July, meaning no falling summer ice extent trend since 2007! The climate alarms are being muffled.
Snowfan here gives us the latest on global mean temperature and Arctic sea ice.
After the year’s low in June 2020, with an anomaly of +0.48°C from the 1981-2010 WMO climate mean, the global 2-meter temperatures (black line) depicted below shows the July 16, 2020 analysis and forecast up to July 23.
Both the anomalies of the global 2-meter temperatures from the WMO mean (black line) and especially the temperatures on the SH (blue line) continue to fall, with the deviations on the SH repeatedly falling below the zero line. This also pulls the global temperatures (black line) down to near zero in the forecast.
But also the temperatures in the Northern Hemisphere (red line) have had a falling trend since the end of February 2020, having since reached a new annual low. There has been no more global warming since 2016. Note: With 81% of the sea surface, the southern hemisphere has the largest energy storage on earth.
Surprise DMI projection
Arctic sea ice trend growth in July 2020?
A surprising DMI forecast was issued on July 14, 2020 which projects strong growth of Arctic sea ice areas for July 2020. If this expert forecast is correct, it would mean there’s been a strongly positive summer trend since 2007 – instead of the ridiculous Al Gore complete meltdown.