East Ongul Island In Antarctica Has Had A Cooling Trend For September Since 1960

East Ongul Island In Antarctica Has Had A Cooling Trend For September Since 1960

Today, I made the chart below using the data from the Japan Meteorological Agency(JMA).

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As you can see, Syowa Station, which is a Japanese research station, East Ongul Island in Antarctica, has shown a cooling trend for September since 1960.

The mean monthly temperature for last month was -18.2℃. The mildest September was 1996 with -11.8℃.

The September data since 1960 at that location clearly show the exact opposite of alarmist expectations.

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October 3, 2020 at 05:46PM

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