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Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) blatantly inserts warming into their ACORN version of long term rural station Rutherglen 82039 from northern Victoria

The BoM say of Rutherglen – This site is an automatic weather station located on the grounds of a research farm, about 7 km southeast of Rutherglen and well outside the town area, on flat ground over grass (farm paddocks) but with low hills a few hundred metres to the north. A gravel road (carrying [...]

New category now for the Australian Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) ACORN SAT “Rolls Royce” adjusted temperature series

Just click on the ACORN category and the seven articles come up starting June 2012.

Bureau of Meteorology adjustments to construct ACORN SAT Adelaide temperature data Jan 1910 to Feb 1979

The Adelaide temperature history has been discussed at Jo Nova’s – Forgotten: Historic hot temperatures recorded with detail and care in Adelaide – First – Adelaide weather data was collected at West Terrace for around a century then in Feb 1977 a new site commenced 3.2km away at Kent Town. The new BoM adjusted ACORN [...]

North Queensland less threatened this morning – Cyclone Ita downgrades to a category 2

Last night at 10pm the ABC was featuring 230kph winds in headlines. Cyclone categories. This morning the max gusts I can see for Cape Flattery are about 160. Lucky. Can anybody find anemometer readings over 160kph ?

Sydney temperature history – BoM raw data compared to ACORN adjusted data

Here is Sydney raw max & min annual temperature history – This shows raw compared to ACORN also annual – you easily see where the effective adjustments are concentrated. From 1 Jan 1983 on to present day there are no adjustments made to the daily max data. There are however some days when the raw [...]

RSS satellites find Australian lower troposphere anomalously cool during March 2014 – BoM surface data finds a warm anomaly

RSS finds the same general shape as the BoM mean anomaly – when you make a mean anomaly map for March at the BoM you see Perth and Hobart were warmest. The Time Series chart shows the BoM anomaly was about +0.75 degrees. Fascinating that there should be such a difference with RSS – considering [...]

BoM says re Hobart on 1st April 2014, “..31 degrees Celsius was the hottest April day since records started in 1881.”, but history shows sites nearby experienced several relatively hotter events

The ABC reports – Records melt as Hobart swelters through hottest April day in 132 years – Checking hottest April day statistics at this BoM page – just amend the station number in the URL. Checking daily data a month at a time in District 94 on Australian Weather News AWN – April 2005 at [...]

RSS satellites read a cool anomaly in Australian lower troposphere February 2014

RSS looks cooler than the BoM mean temperature anomaly which is -0.16°. BoM map of mean anomaly Feb 2014.

The Australia Bureau of Meteorology says Perth’s record-smashing summer was “madness” – how about summer where you were?

Here is a map of the maximum temperature anomalies for summer. WA’s ‘mad’ summer is proof of climate change: BoM expert – PerthNow The national average was under +0.5°C. I think the Perth BoM needs a Bex a cuppa tea and a good lie down. below you can see each day of the Perth summer [...]

Cool end to summer puts kybosh on warmists hopes for “hottest summer whatever” media headlines

Earlier in February media weather reports were carrying hints and winks that Canberra was “on track” for the “hottest summer evah”. Sadly for the warmists the Australia wide cooling towards the end of summer will have had the usual suspects combing through data assiduously searching for a record anything to trumpet from somewhere. We will [...]