By Christopher Monckton of Brenchley
The miniature La Niña, which was recently finished, now has a magical effect on temperatures in the lower troposphere. The UAH lower troposphere monthly global mean anomalies for April 2021 show a further decline that extends the new break by two months, from 5 years, 10 months last month to 6 years this month.
The HadCRUT4 data shows no warming in the 6 years, 9 months, May 2014 through January 2021, and no updates have been made since January. Although HadCRUT is usually late, it is usually not that late. However, error bars are provided and are shown here:
It is likely that the temperature anomalies will stay below the trendline for a month or two, making the new break even longer. It will be interesting to see how long the break is until the Glasgow Gabfest in the fall.