It helps that april 2021 was the coldest month globally since at least 2014, and that the trend is that there is still temporary cooling, mostly unexplained.don't be sorry, I asked didn't I? It is like I have my own vulcano-news here . I don't have a special interest in volcanoes, but it is interesting, especially now that much seems to be happening, and the question about possibly delayed warming... it is not like it would change how to act, it would still be best to reduce emissions as much as possible, but it would feel a bit hopeful I guess? if it would make it a bit slower and help more species adapt that way.
Global sea ice has returned remarkably fast to more normal levels, since being ridicilously low in the latest 5 years, but now has returned to levels that were normal for the 2000's. I was quite surprised to see that. There is more ice in the north pole, but alos the south pole has much more ice now than in recent years, and has been cooling again (in charts).
We have to see if the trend continues, but so far... this is good news (for now), and it might be because human activity was less intense during covid 19.