Greenland Temperature Updates

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By Paul Homewood

Every year I publish the latest Greenland temperature data from the DMI. Unfortunately they have not got round to updating it for 2021.

The data is of course extremely damning for the alarmist narrative about rising temperatures in the Arctic and Greenland meltdowns, as it shows that Greenland was just as warm in the 1930s to 50s as it has been in the last two decades, with the exception of that one warm year in 2010.

Maybe that is the reason for the withholding of the data for the last two years.

However we can still access the up to date numbers from GISS:

GISS publish both the unadjusted (ie actual) temperatures as well as their homogenised ones, which are used in their global temperature dataset.

The actual data follows the same trend as DMI, with temperatures as high around the 1930s and 40s. (The numbers are slightly different because GISS use meteorological years – Dec to Nov).

In contrast the tampered figures show considerable warming over the period.

Nuuk is on the west coast, and temperatures on the east side at Tasilaq show the same pattern:

It is worth noting that temperatures at both sites in 2021 and 2022 were below those 20thC numbers.