Majority Of East Antarctic Stations Show Cooling Or Stable Temperature Trends

By Kirye
and Pierre Gosselin

A few days ago we looked at the Antarctic peninsula stations and saw that over the past 2 decades 13 of 13 of these stations showed cooling trends.

Today we look at 12 stations located at the east part of Antarctica, where temperatures are colder:

Below the stations’ data from NASA are plotted going back 2 decades, to 1998:

As the data reveals, 7 of 12 stations have a cooling or no warming trend.

Once again NASA’s own data show there’s nothing to be alarmed about in Antarctica.

My hometown has been cooling in January

In Tokyo, where I live, the mean temperature for January, 2020, has been released by the JMA: 7.1°C. Tokyo has had a cooling trend from 1985 to 2020 for January.

Updated: January 31, 2020 — 6:34 pm

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