Cooling, not warming…and wet, in Broome

No rising temperatures, just CO2. For 15 years.

March in Broome was cold…yes, cold. All of 3.5C colder than March in 2010, and the same as last March. This was 1.3C below the long term average maximum. The minimum was also 1C below the mean.

Rainfall was well over the average too, but the ‘Bureau’ again were clueless with forecasting…right across Australia:

Another 3 months of spectacular failed BoM temperature and rainfall Outlook predictions

April 2nd, 2012 by Warwick Hughes The maximum temperature Outlook must be a comprehensive failure over eastern Australia extending to the 50% line inside WA. Maps of actual weather averages can be made here.
The cool success in WA has to be limited by the warmth of the western WA coastal strip which would lower the score there. Overall surely a serious fail mark.

The minimum temperature Outlook must be an even worse failure – with not one square centimetre of the continent predicted to be even as cool as average. If anyone can spot the BoM 50% line – let me know. I see the “National night-time HotSpot” keep reading, more at the link.

The oceans heavily influence climate…check out the latest data here:

VERY PRELIMINARY March 2012 SST Anomaly Update

Posted on March 28, 2012

STANDARD OPENING PARAGRAPH The March 2012 Reynolds OI.v2 Sea Surface Temperature (SST) data through the NOAA NOMADS website won’t be official until Monday, April 9th. Refer to the schedule on the NOAA Optimum Interpolation Sea Surface Temperature Analysis … Continue reading →

Like I always say…it’s just weather.

About Tom Harley

Amateur ecologist and horticulturalist and CEO of Kimberley Environmental Horticulture Inc. (Tom Harley)
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