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Falling Canada mean February temperatures
and Pierre Gosselin
Today we look at the data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA) mean temperature for Canada. Examined are the 9 stations that have almost complete data going back to 1983.
Nine of the 9 stations show February mean temperatures have had a cooling trend since 1996:
Data source: JMA
Annual Canada temperatures steady since 1994
Looking at the JMA data for mean annual temperatures for Canada, we see that no significant warming has taken place at the 9 stations since 1994!
Yes, the climate is changing, but nothing unusual is happening. The changes are well within the natural range of variability and so cannot be wholly attributed to man’s activities.
In fact, using the data and results that are available, one can easily argue that the recent warming is related to ocean and solar cycles. There’s nothing to be alarmed about.
Worry about Corona and political threats, and not climate.
March 18, 2020 at 12:05PM