UAH SATELLITE-BASED TEMPERATURE
OF THE GLOBAL LOWER ATMOSPHERE
Graph: Jim Pettit (jimpettit@gmail.com)
Source: https://www.nsstc.uah.edu/data/msu/v6.0/tlt/uahncdc_lt_6.0.txt
APRIL 2019
  • This graph shows monthly UAH satellite-based temperatures of the global lower atmosphere from late 1978 through the month just passed.
  • The jagged blue line indicates the actual monthly data.
  • The smoother red line indicates a centered 13-month running average.
  • When shown, the variously colored horizontal lines indicate decadal averages.
  • The vertical axis indicates temperatures in Celsius above the zero line.
  • The horizontal axis indicates the years and months in the record.
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