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Sunday, July 25, 2010

LINKS TO SST ANOMALY UPDATES

The following are links to the Monthly SST Anomaly Updates, the Preliminary Monthly SST Anomaly Updates, and the Mid-Month SST Anomaly Updates since January 2010. These updates present time-series graphs of monthly and weekly Reynolds (OI.v2) Sea Surface Temperature (SST) anomaly data from the NOAA NOMADS system.
http://nomad3.ncep.noaa.gov/cgi-bin/pdisp_sst.sh?lite=

For earlier updates, use the search feature in the upper left-hand corner of this webpage.

MONTHLY UPDATES

The monthly update posts include NINO3.4, global, hemispheric, and individual ocean basin SST anomalies. Also included are the weekly NINO3.4 SST anomalies.
January 2011 SST Anomaly Update
December 2010 SST Anomaly Update
November 2010 SST Anomaly Update
October 2010 SST Anomaly Update
September 2010 SST Anomaly Update
August 2010 SST Anomaly Update
July 2010 SST Anomaly Update
June 2010 SST Anomaly Update
May 2010 SST Anomaly Update
April 2010 SST Anomaly Update
March 2010 SST Anomaly Update
February 2010 SST Anomaly Update
January 2010 SST Anomaly Update

PRELIMINARY MONTHLY SST ANOMALY UPDATES

The NOAA NOMADS System creates monthly data before the "official" release date. The preliminary data appears to be based on less than a full month of data. These posts present those values for global and NINO3.4 SST anomalies, and the weekly NINO3.4 and global SST anomalies.
PRELIMINARY February 2011 SST Anomaly Update
PRELIMINARY January 2011 SST Anomaly Update
PRELIMINARY December 2010 SST Anomaly Update
PRELIMINARY November 2010 SST Anomaly Update
PRELIMINARY October 2010 SST Anomaly Update
PRELIMINARY September 2010 SST Anomaly Update
PRELIMINARY August 2010 SST Anomaly Update
No Preliminary SST Data For July 2010---Yet
PRELIMINARY June 2010 SST Anomaly Update
PRELIMINARY May 2010 SST Anomaly Update
VERY PRELIMINARY April 2010 SST Anomaly Update
PRELIMINARY March 2010 SST Anomaly Update
PRELIMINARY February 2010 SST Anomaly Update
PRELIMINARY January 2010 SST Anomaly Update

MID-MONTH SST ANOMALY UPDATES

The mid-month updates present global and NINO3.4 SST anomalies based on weekly Reynolds (OI.v2) SST anomaly data.

Provided Instead Of Mid-February 2011 Update: NINO3.4 SST Anomalies Have Started Their La Niña Rebound
Mid-January 2011 SST Anomaly Update
Mid-December 2010 SST Anomaly Update
Mid-November 2010 SST Anomaly Update
Mid-October 2010 SST Anomaly Update
Mid-September 2010 SST Anomaly Update
Mid-August 2010 SST Anomaly Update
Provided Instead of Mid-June: La Niña Update – Week Of July 7, 2010
Mid-May 2010 SST Anomaly Update
Mid-April 2010 SST Anomaly Update
Mid-March 2010 SST Anomaly Update
Mid-February 2010 SST Anomaly Update
Mid-January 2010 SST Anomaly Update

3 comments:

michael said...

Bob, do you have a post comparing SST to sattelite temps over the relevant period? Thanks

_MichaelM

Bob Tisdale said...

MichaelM: I prepared this one before the KNMI Climate Explorer allowed users to mask land or ocean for UAH TLT data.
http://bobtisdale.blogspot.com/2009/07/part-3-of-comparison-of-gistemp-and-uah.html

The period in the title blocks appears to be wrong, since the OI.v2 SST data doesn't start until Nov 1981, but the data in the graphs start at the right time.

michael said...

Thanks for your prompt response. The link is much appreciated.

_MichaelM

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