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July 3, 20173:54pm
Temperatures plummeted across Australia’s south east on the weekend.
WAS it difficult getting out from under the doona this weekend? Did you shiver on the way to work this morning? Well spare a thought for the people of Deniliquin.
The mercury in the NSW town, close to the Murray River, sank to -5.6C early on Sunday morning — that’s the coldest it’s been for 110 years.
It was even more icy further north as winter records were broken across NSW and Victoria — some towns recorded their coldest morning ever.
It’s so freezing, the NSW Fire and Rescue Service has been forced to warn people not to fire up barbecues indoors.
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UAH Global Temperature Update for June, 2017: +0.21 deg. C
by Roy W. Spencer, Ph. D.
Lowest global temperature anomaly in last 2 years (since July, 2015)
The Version 6.0 global average lower tropospheric temperature (LT) anomaly for June, 2017 was +0.21 deg. C, down from the May, 2017 value of +0.44 deg. C (click for full size version):
Global area-averaged lower tropospheric temperature anomalies (departures from 30-year calendar monthly means, 1981-2010). The 13-month centered average is meant to give an indication of the lower frequency variations in the data; the choice of 13 months is somewhat arbitrary… an odd number of months allows centered plotting on months with no time lag between the two plotted time series. The inclusion of two of the same calendar months on the ends of the 13 month averaging period causes no issues with interpretation because the seasonal temperature cycle has been removed as…
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