Arctic Meltdown Put On Ice

  • Date: 06/03/20
  • Paul Homewood, Not A Lot Of People Know That

Arctic sea ice extent continues to run well ahead of the last few years, as it has done for most of this year so far, and continues to grow at a time of year when it normally begins to stabilise and recede.

Average extent in February was the highest since 2013, and stands greater than 2005 and 2006:

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Temperatures in the Arctic have been close to average, apart from a brief blip at the end of last month:

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Meanwhile, down under sea ice extent has recovered strongly at the summer minimum in the last year or two, and is back to 1980s levels.

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