The latest winter (D-J-F) temperature data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) have become available for Greenland.
Though some of the data sets are fragmented and incomplete, we can still get a some idea of what the trends have been over the past 20 years.
The three warmest stations have cooled a bit or remained stable. Meanwhile, data from the three coolest stations suggest the stations have warmed very modestly. all in all, there aren’t any indications of a crisis taking place.
Germany Spring 2022
Meanwhile, Germany’s DWD national weather service has published the preliminary mean spring (M-A-M) weather data for 2022. According to the results from the readings taken from nearly 2000 stations across the country, spring 2022 in Germany saw a mean value of 9.0°C, which is 0.1°C warmer than the 1991-2020 mean. In other words, spring 2022 was practically dead-on normal.
Drier, sunnier than normal
In terms of precipitation and sunshine, spring 2022 was too dry, this for the 9th consecutive year in a row. Compared to the period from 1991 to 2020 with a long-term mean of 171 l/, spring 2022 saw only 125 l/m², or 73 percent of the usual precipitation. There’s no question springs in central Europe have trended drier over the past decade.
Spring 2022 saw a generous 625 hours of sunshine, which is far above the 1991-2020 mean of just 484 hours. Germany, a country generally known for dreary, rainy weather, has at least gotten a bit brighter over the past 10 years. Yet alarmists claim this is a “crisis” and that a state of emergency needs to be imposed.