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Temperatures down two months running

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We have now, belatedly, updated the Armstrong-Gore Bet Graph (to the right). The four month spell of increasing global temperature anomalies earlier in the year petered out and we have now had two months of global average temperature decline. Since the beginning of 2007, temperatures have declined relative to the previous month 52% of the time. The longest run has been 6 months of declining temperatures, while the longest run of increasing temperatures has been 4 months.

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October 31st, 2011 at 12:50 am

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