There has been a lot of talk (here, and elsewhere) about a new paper that posits that the lack of sunspots (I won't go into the technicalities) will cause "several tenths of degrees" of global cooling. But, none of these, to my knowledge, is plotting out what this might mean. So, we are going to go boldly where no one else has gone and plot this out.
The dictionary says several means, "more than two or three but not many." So, to be conservative, lets say several means "four."
Here is the latest temperature data (HADCRUT4). I've averaged recent temperatures out a bit and have depicted 0.4°C of cooling with the long black line.
It will be interesting to see how all of this plays out over the next decade or so.