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Global temperatures

The following data is based on the reference period 1901 to 2000.
All data in degrees Celsius.
Source: National Centers for Environmental Information der NOAA (NCEI)

Previously, data from National Climatic Data Center der NOAA (NCDC) with the reference period 1901 to 2000 was used.


Global temperature anomalies 1880 to date

Global temperature anomalies 1880 to date


Climate anomalies of the last 14 months

2022
Nov
+0.48
2022
Dec
+0.52
2023
Jan
+0.57
2023
Feb
+0.67
2023
Mar
+0.87
2023
Apr
+0.64
2023
May
+0.63
2023
Jun
+0.75
2023
Jul
+0.84
2023
Aug
+0.94
2023
Sep
+1.16
2023
Oct
+1.10
2023
Nov
+1.18
2023
Dec
+1.11


Climate anomalies of the last 14 years

2010
+0.42
2011
+0.32
2012
+0.35
2013
+0.37
2014
+0.46
2015
+0.61
2016
+0.72
2017
+0.64
2018
+0.55
2019
+0.67
2020
+0.70
2021
+0.55
2022
+0.60
2023
+0.87


Climate anomalies of the decades

1881
 - 90
-0.50
1891
 - 00
-0.51
1901
 - 10
-0.64
1911
 - 20
-0.59
1921
 - 30
-0.51
1931
 - 40
-0.38
1941
 - 50
-0.24
1951
 - 60
-0.30
1961
 - 70
-0.29
1971
 - 80
-0.22
1981
 - 90
-0.02
1991
 - 00
+0.09
2001
 - 10
+0.31
2011
 - 20
+0.51*
* The last value does not cover 10 years!


Observations since 1880


The following diagrams show the global average temperature as annual and monthly values, measured since 1880. The anomalies are based on the average from 1901 to 2000.


The anomalies are separated by land and ocean plus by the northern and southern hemisphere. This represents the different trends of the global temperature for both hemispheres.


Land and ocean separated

Global temperature
Fig.1: Annual anomalies of the global temperature:
Land green, ocean blue, global value red.


Global temperature of the last 30 years
Fig.2: Annual anomalies of the global temperature:
Land green, ocean blue, global value red.


Monthly anomalies of the global temperature
Fig.3: Monthly anomalies of the global temperature:
Land green, ocean blue, global value red.


Monthly anomalies of the last 30 years
Fig.4: Monthly anomalies of the global temperature:
Land green, ocean blue, global value red.


Northern and southern hemisphere separated

Monthly anomalies of the global temperature, north and south
Fig.5: Monthly anomalies of the global temperature:
North red, south blue, global value green.


Monthly anomalies north and south of the last 30 years
Fig.6: Monthly anomalies of the global temperature:
North red, south blue, global value green.


Monthly anomalies of the global temperature on land, north and south
Fig.7: Monthly anomalies of the global temperature on land:
North red, south blue, global value green.


Monthly anomalies on land, north and south, last 30 years
Fig.8: Monthly anomalies of the global temperature on land:
North red, south blue, global value green.


Monthly anomalies of the global temperature on the ocean, north and south
Fig.9: Monthly anomalies of the global temperature on the ocean:
North red, south blue, global value green.


Monthly anomalies on the ocean, north and south, last 30 years
Fig.10: Monthly anomalies of the global temperature on the ocean:
North red, south blue, global value green.