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Thanks, Bob. Back at'cha and all your readers.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Bob!!!
Chritmas is over,but anyway...
... Happy New(record warm) Year!
Anonymous 2:52PM wrote, "...Happy New(record warm) Year"
Sure hope so. I'm looking forward to illustrating the multiyear impact of yet another strong El Nino. With luck, the eruption of Mayon won't add a lot of noise to the SST data to spoil the effect.
Interesting to see if the El Nino has any effect on this winter's Arctic ice growth in the north Pacific. All looks normal so far.
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