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> Climate Change Blog: Latest Sierra Snow Analysis is Ugly/Pattern Change?

Global Surface Temperature Results for December
Brett Anderson
post Jan 19 2012, 03:13 PM
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The latest Sierra snow analysis is in, and it is truly ugly. But if you live in the Sierra, or have wanted to ski in this part of the country, you don The Goddard Institute for Space Studies (GISS) has finally released their global surface temperature anomaly data for December 2011. According to GISS, the global land/sea combined temperature anomaly was +0.45 celsius or +0.81 F, making this past December the 9th warmest December in the GISS record going back to 1880. December of 2010 came in at +0.43 c. December 2011 Read the full article

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