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18 Apr 2012
Sea ice extent in the Arctic region continues to run close to the 1979-2000 year average at this time. Thin, one-year ice continues to remain entrenched across a large part of the Bering Sea thanks in part to the bitterly cold winter and favorable winds into the early Spring. However, just because the sea ice extent is running near normal Read the full article
18 Apr 2012
La Nina was barely hanging on as of early April and the transition to neutral ENSO conditions in the equatorial Pacific region should be complete by the end of this month. La Nina is the abnormal cooling of the sea surface waters in the equatorial Pacific. El Nino is the opposite (warming). Sea surface temperature anomalies as of January 16th, Read the full article
18 Apr 2012
March 2012 was the 16th warmest March on record globally, according to the National Climatic Data Center. Records go back to 1880. March 2012 global temperature anomaly map courtesy of the NCDC. March 2012 hemispheric temperature anomaly map courtesy of NASA GISS. The combined ocean/land surface temperature anomaly for March 2012 was +0.46 C or +0.83 F globally despite a Read the full article
17 Apr 2012
March 2012 was the 16th warmest March on record globally, according to the National Climatic Data Center. Records go back to 1880. March 2012 global temperature anomaly map courtesy of the NCDC. March 2012 hemispheric temperature anomaly map courtesy of NASA GISS. The combined ocean/land surface temperature anomaly for March 2012 was +0.46 C or +0.83 F globally despite a Read the full article
16 Apr 2012
March 2012 was the 16th warmest March on record globally, according to the National Climatic Data Center. Records go back to 1880. March 2012 global temperature anomaly map courtesy of the NCDC. March 2012 hemispheric temperature anomaly map courtesy of NASA GISS. The combined ocean/land surface temperature anomaly for March 2012 was +0.46 C or +0.83 F globally despite a Read the full article
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