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Text by Pierre
The November, 2022, (untampered) mean temperature data are in for Tokyo and its Hachijojima island – there’s been no fall warming in decades.
Here’s the latest plot of November mean temperatures for Tokyo since 1989:
Over the past 33 years, the November mean temperatures in Tokyo have been declining moderately, and not warming like climate alarmists have told us.
Not only is November cooling, but so has the meteorological fall for Tokyo since 1988 – using data up to 2021:
It appears winter is encroaching into fall a bit. Not what we’d expect from a “warming” crisis.
Moving over to the rural Pacific island of Hachijojima, some 275 km off the Japan mainland, we plot the latest November data going back to 1975:
There’s been no warming in November on this rural island in decades!
Next we look at autumn mean temperatures at Hachijojima, for the period 1975 – 2021 (2022 not yet included):
Here as well there has not been any warming in fall since 1975. Where’s all the warming?
Other than the usual natural variability, in fact nothing unusual is happening over the globe climatically – so don’t believe any of the hysterical climate crisis nonsense. There’s nothing to be afraid about climatically.