“National Night-time Hotspot” (NNTHS) errors still in BoM temperature anomaly maps 2002-2007

In February I wrote about persistent errors in BoM min temperature anomaly maps over a station in the south west of the Northern Territory – errors I first noticed in 2011.
“Australian Bureau of Meteorology still have persistent errors in their temperature anomaly maps”
The errors are still there for the entire 72 months 2002-2007 – see my new animation.
How long will it take the BoM to recognize the reality that their AWAP data has these huge NNTHS errors?
My animation is pointing to other persistent errors in the NT and Qld data – but let’s concentrate on getting the BoM to eradicate the NNTHS first.

2 thoughts on ““National Night-time Hotspot” (NNTHS) errors still in BoM temperature anomaly maps 2002-2007”

  1. It is common for maps to take a day or two to update – often missing out a timeslot like you have shown. The missing map should come visible soon.

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