NOAA says – Hottest (Warmest) March on Record

NOAA says – Hottest (Warmest) March on Record“. Anthony Watts pastes in some weather info from NOAA, but prefaces it with this sullen complaint:

I’m sure the press will make this into a much bigger story. This today from NOAA News. The choice of “hottest” in the title is interesting. We should ask our Canadian friends if it was “hot” during March, since Canada seems to be leading the world in “hotness” according to the NOAA image.

NOAA Global Temp. Anomalies. Yes, it was "hotter than average" in Canada.

Guess what, Anthony? It was a “hot” March up here. To quote NOAA, “Temperature anomaly is the difference from average“. This is not a story, this is evidence. Deal with it.

3 thoughts on “NOAA says – Hottest (Warmest) March on Record

  1. Amazing. He *again* confuses the difference between anomaly and absolute temp. How many times does this make now? I’ve lost track. A real scientist forgets to dot an i and it’s “fraud!”, but so-called *skeptics* make bone-headed mistake after mistake and their followers never notice.

  2. Bloody right it was hot in northern Ontario. We hit 15 C when the average temps are lows of -15 and highs of -1. At night it would fall to around zero, slightly above or slightly below.

    It was so warm so consistently that the snow all melted within two weeks, and the local fishing derby scheduled for end of March was canceled in mid-March due to thin ice (ice is usually on the lakes till early May).

    For Anthony to imply otherwise is just idiotic, as in “the sky is not blue, but green” idiotic. He should have stuck to “it’s weather, not climate” instead. At least he’d have written something right for a change.

  3. AnthonyWatts
    “This today from NOAA News. The choice of “hottest” in the title is interesting. We should ask our Canadian friends if it was “hot” during March,”

    Boy, he really is running out of material. That is weak, really weak.

    Anthony! Today isn’t really friday. Its a hoax.

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