I made this:

The .2 watts per meter increase from 2001 to 2011 coincided with the increase in china's coal consumption by over 140% (with related sulfate aerosol emissions increases)

Taking into account the negative forcing parameter from anthropogenic aerosols during this time, the decadal rate of TOA forcing increase is likely >.4 watts per decade due to increased GHG radiative forcing and thermal inertia. (the planet warming more slowly than GHG emissions are abounding).

the current TOA is likely 1.25 Watts per meter squared and if all anthropogenic aerosols stopped being emitted today the TOA would be 2.6 Watts per meter squared in 6 weeks.