North Atlantic Cycle Change? Northern Europe October Temperature Trends Suggest Autumn Coming Sooner

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By Kirye
and Pierre Gosselin

Today we look at October mean temperatures for the emerald island country of Ireland, the Scandinavian country of Sweden and Finland.

Global warming alarmists claim that the globe is warming, which intuitively would tell us summers should be getting longer, which in turn would mean the start of fall is getting pushed back. In such a case, September and October temperatures should be warming, but they are not!

Cooling Ireland

First we plot the mean temperature for 7 stations in Ireland for the month of October, for which the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has sufficient data going back 25 years:

Data source: JMA

Seven of 7 stations in Ireland have seen a strong cooling trend for October since 1995.

Nothing unusual happening in Greta’s Sweden

Next we look at the October trends for 6 stations in climate activist Greta Thunberg’s home country of Sweden.

Data Source: JMA

Three of 6 stations in Sweden show no warming trend for October. Greta can begin to calm down and stop worrying herself to death about climate doom. As is the case for all the charts shown here, we plot the stations for which the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) has sufficient data going back 25 years

Stable climate in Finland

Finally we look at Sweden’s Nordic neighbor of Finland. Here as well there’s little indication of a widespread warming.

Data source: JMA.

Three of 6 stations in Finland in fact showed a modest cooling trend for October over the past quarter century. There’s nothing to be alarmed about.




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5 responses to “North Atlantic Cycle Change? Northern Europe October Temperature Trends Suggest Autumn Coming Sooner”

  1. John F Hultquist

    would tell us summers should be getting longer,

    A related claim (see California) is that AGW is making the fire season longer.
    Actually, invasive plants and more human intrusion of the landscape have caused a change in fire patterns.

    Information, such as in this post, is useful. Thanks.

  2. Jim

    Agreed with you, on warming, it’s balderdash. But you did note one to be wary of, a cooling trend. That does not bode well for crops. Later planting, earlier harvest, means less food on the table. Food crops do not take well to early harvests.

    1. John F Hultquist

      Modern societies have more leeway than past or poor societies.
      Timely information, plant research, and good transportation allow for adjustments by, say, planting short season ripening crops, or say by moving the core of an agriculture area 100 miles south.
      A 3C° spike in a year would cause stress, but because even AGW proponents are not projecting such a rapid change there is nothing to worry about.
      I’ll note that tyrannical governments are a bigger problem when food security is discussed.

  3. ahlam st

    thank you

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    […] If you want check out other European charts for October I made, you can check them here and here. […]

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