Ocean temperature measurements are made by the 3,600 automated ARGO bathythermograph buoys circulating in the oceans. (Note- each buoy has to represent 200,000 km3 of ocean temperature with only 3 readings a month but it’s the best we’ve got.) http://www.argo.ucsd.edu/ & https://www.bodc.ac.uk/data/online_delivery/argo/
The top two kilometers of the ocean are warming at 0.02°C per decade.
= 0.23 °C per century, that’s just 1 °C in 430 years
(~ 48% of the oceans volume is found in the top 2000m)
Sea Surface Temperature
“NOAA: Increased likelihood of below-normal Atlantic hurricane season …..again
• Looks cold for North Atlantic this coming winter 2015/16 –
From – http://www.climate4you.com/images/NOAA SST-NorthAtlantic GlobalMonthlyTempSince1979 With37monthRunningAverage.gif