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Steve Goddard on Twitter: “Most of the ocean off the California coast is below normal SST, but Zack found one warm spot to scare his followers with”

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8 Responses to Latest Science From The Consensus

  1. Steven Fraser says:

    Its very interesting to see that this time of year in the history has a ramp-up to a pronounced peak followed by a sharp decline. Beginning in late April, 8 or 9 peaks are present which represent 1-2.5 degree (eyeball 1.0) rises above the envelope. Your count may vary.

    Since these peaks are there, the weather and current combinations are not unprecedented. They also do not last long before the peak returns to the envelope.

  2. arn says:

    I would not be surprised if it turns out
    that the hotspot is(by some very strange coincidence of course)
    close to an atomic power plant where the warmed cooling water is released back into the ocean .

    • Nate says:

      The pier lays next to a large tide pool. With the average around here the last week plus being in the 90s would be a reason for the rock to heat up at low tide and then transfer to the water.

      SIO scientists are such #$%^ heads when it comes to logic

  3. RonnyLee says:

    In July, August and September of 1931, recorded sea surface temps at Scripps pier in La Jolla we’re above 70 degrees F for 57 days. The SST peaked at 78.44 F on July 30, 1931. Temperature data from Scripps Pier can be downloaded (for the time being) from the following link:

  4. Bruce of Newcastle says:

    I love how NOAA skips green in their colour spectrum and goes straight to bright yellow. If they’d used green for the 0-0.5 C anomaly bits the graphic would lose much of its scary impact.

    No doubt they’re afraid colour blind individuals would be confused if they did that. /s

  5. Brian D says:

    Closer look at sst anomalies off the west coast.

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