UAH Temperature Anomaly Video
Posted by Jeff Id on November 2, 2009
More experience makes better videos. The following are two UAH TLT (lower troposphere) temperature anomaly videos. There is a ton of detail in them, you can see the 1998 temperature spike – some have had questions as to where this spike came from. You can also see the recent cooling wave, Ryan O noticed the oscillation back and forth between the poles.
The first video is high speed and came out quite good. I’ve worked out some of the video compression difficulties and am producing higher quality videos now. The 10 fps is just for viewing bulk properties and is way too fast to see small details. The 5 fps video is much better for watching detail.
The next video is the same thing at a lower frame rate which caused youtube to hesitate every few frames.