global warming missing …

Hottest years in Broome. 1954. (Broome Post Office was hotter in 1948)

1954 35.2 35.7 34.9 31.6 31.0 27.0 28.5 29.5 33.4 34.3 34.1 35.4 32.5

Hottest January? 1970 @ 35.5C

Hottest February? 1988 @ 35.9C

Hottest March? 2010 @ 36.1C

Hottest April? 1981 @ 37.0C

Hottest May? 2005 @ 34.3C

Hottest June? 1970 @ 32.0C

Hottest July? 1988 @ 31.3C

Hottest August? 1945 @ 32.1C

Hottest September? 2015 @ 34.6C

Hottest October? 1961 and 2013 @ 35.4C

Hottest November? 2013 @ 35.5C

Hottest December? 2012 @ 36.3C

Now, let’s look at the figures for Broome Post Office, the period before 1954. Highest 33.2C  average in 1948 (Covers period 1894 to 1953.) Warmer than the Broome Airport.

Highest 35.7 35.2 37.0 36.4 34.3 31.4 31.3 32.5 33.9 35.9 35.6 36.9 33.2

Overall the monthly mean maximum between Broome Airport and Broome Post Office is just 0.1C difference over more than 120 years! The same applies to mean monthly minimum. Check this out too:

Broome (BoM station 3003)
(shire population 2006 – 13,218)
Pre-1900 vs recent 30 years mean temperature
1894-1899 (5 years surveyed) 78.6 F = 25.9 C
1981-2010 (30 years) Broome Airport = 26.7 C1894-1920 at Broome Post Office
(elevation 19m, 27 years)
Average mean minimum 21.0
Average mean maximum 31.81921-1950 (28 years) / min 21.2 / max 32.2
1931-1960 (21 years) / min 21.2 / max 32.4
1941-1953 (11 years) / min 21.1 / max 32.9Relocation to Broome Airport
(elevation 7m, 1.6km distance)
1941-1970 (30 years) / min 21.2 / max 32.2
1951-1980 (30 years) / min 21.2 / max 32.1
1961-1990 (30 years) / min 21.1 / max 32.2
1971-2000 (30 years) / min 21.2 / max 32.21981-2010 (30 years)
Average mean minimum 21.1
Average mean maximum 32.2

12 months March 2015 – February 2016
Mean annual minimum 22.1
Mean annual maximum 33.1

BoM average means all available years
Mean annual minimum 21.2
Mean annual maximum 32.2

average temperatures in broome western australia


Annual minimum temperature data 1910-2008

Annual maximum temperature data 1910-2008

Recent picture of weather recording station

Broome min/max temperature chart 1895-1952

Broome Airport min/mean/max chart 1910-2010

BoM historic annual minima from 1939

BoM historic annual maxima from 1939

BoM/GISS/HadCRUT historic data comparison for Broome

 

 

Average temperature trends for all of Western Australia.

No, no global warming found here. Even with hot spikes in the temperatures at the Broome Airport during summer with local NW to SW winds..

Heli hangars and BoM at Broome Airport.

Heli hangars and BoM at Broome Airport.

Broome Port shows no warming spikes at any time of day.

About Tom Harley

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