As of this writing on 2016 July 1, estimates of global temperature anomalies are available from three sources through June 2016. The monthly global temperature anomaly estimates from these three sources since 2014 are presented in the graph below.
The graph includes monthly Climate Forecast System Reanalysis (CFSR) global surface temperature anomaly estimates for 2014 through June 2016 from the University of Maine Climate Change Institute (UM CCI) and WeatherBELL (WxBELL) and monthly global temperature anomaly estimates for the lower troposphere derived from satellite measurements provided by the University of Alabama at Huntsville (UAH). Also shown for comparison are monthly global surface temperature anomaly estimates from the US National Center for Environmental Information (NCEI) through May 2016. The UM CCI and WxBELL June 2016 estimates are preliminary.
For longer trend graphs of the latest monthly UM CCI CFSR estimates, see the “Monthly Trends” page from the menu at the top of this post.