2011-06-11 08:01:57Has European reanalysis done 2010 yet?
John Cook

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When Robert did his fantastic 10 temperature records in one graphic, he mentioned the European reanalysis hadn't done the 2010 Annual average and wouldn't until May/June. Was wondering if they've done it yet. Would be interesting to see if they find 2010 is the hottest year on record and do a blog post about this.
2011-06-11 08:29:00
Albatross
Julian Brimelow
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John,

The ECMWF data on their reanalysis portal are shown to be avaialble until March 2011.

2011-06-11 09:53:19So yes then?
John Cook

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Robert, any chance of updating your 10 temperature series to include 2010 from Europe?

2011-06-11 14:38:56Comment
Robert Way

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Hey John, I'll do it over the weekend. The 2010 in the ECMWF was 2nd to 2005.

Below are the stats

1989: 14.2615225
1990: 14.44991083
1991: 14.38665333
1992: 14.16439417
1993: 14.2355775
1994: 14.29325667
1995: 14.4546925
1996: 14.31509167
1997: 14.43953167
1998: 14.578085
1999: 14.33947583
2000: 14.35459083
2001: 14.51497333
2002: 14.556365
2003: 14.55383833
2004: 14.47575
2005: 14.67543
2006: 14.62178
2007: 14.570055
2008: 14.42477833
2009: 14.56315917
2010: 14.64851583

2011-06-11 15:30:59
Albatross
Julian Brimelow
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Warming of about 0.16 C per decade by my reckoning.