Scientists tell us that the global average temperatures over land have warmed 1.4 degree F since 1880. But how have temperatures changed here in the US, in my state, in my congressional district? This site compares the global warming with temperature trends at local levels. Find your state …

Comments on 2014: Upper Midwest temperatures were cooler than normal, but California experienced state-wide record warm temperatures. The ocean continued its steady absorption of heat energy. The ocean heat content is a fundamental indicator of global warming since it absorbs ~90% of the heat energy trapped by greeenhouse gases. The remaining 10% of heat energy is absorbed by glaciers and sea ice (6%) and the atmosphere (4%). The recent pause in rising global atmospheric temperatures is in part caused by the ocean absorbing more of the trapped heat. Jan 26, 2015