Sea Surface Temperatures July To November

Current Operational SST Anomaly Charts – OSPO

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  2. R. Shearer says:

    I did some diving recently in Indonesia. It was surprising how the surface temp was so much warmer than even a few meters down and at 19 meters it was downright cold. This was close to the equator. I don’t think models adequately account for all the cold water in the oceans.

    • AndyG55 says:

      A lot of ocean surface energy was lost during the 2015/16 El Nino

      Solar recharge will be quite slow, unlike most of the last 50 or so years.

  3. Patrick says:

    The Arctic Cooling is the biggest thing that sticks out. I’ve been following Greenland, Canada, Alaska, Northern Europe, and Russia. Greenland, Northern Canada, and Northern Russia have had a steady dose of well-below freezing temps for a couple of months. Your operational graph is showing that there was a couple of residual warming areas. Those seem to have dissipated considerably. Looks like Northern Europe and Alaska temps should be dropping and make for a really cold winter in the NH.

    Seems to me that small, global ocean surface temperature changes (-0.17C from Aug 2017 to Sep 2017) have an extreme and almost immediate affect on land surface temps. I remember “record cold” temp for the NH in Greenland for July @ -33C, but wasn’t paying attention to SST in the Arctic.

  4. Latitude says:

    What time frame are these anomalies based on?…because there’s been the exact same positive anomalies in the exact same places as long as I can remember….

    Those are not anomalies…that’s the normal temp

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