Australian Bureau of Meteorology still have persistent errors in their temperature anomaly maps

In June 2011 I began drawing attention to what I termed the “National Night-time Hotspot” (NNTHS) – I told the BoM about this and I thought I noticed an improvement in their maps. However I have noticed the NNTHS is still writ large in BoM minimum temperature anomaly maps for all the years 200220032004200520062007. Makes a cameo appearance again in 2011.

Am I seeing a “son of NNTHS” in the Jervois district south east Northern Territory in the years 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013 ?

Verily BoM data is a shambles. These examples are just the standout most obvious outlier errors. Imagine the errors to be discovered if a proper statistical analysis was run on their data.

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