Shock News : Arctic (Including Quebec And Japan) Ice – Only 93% Of “Normal”

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6 Responses to Shock News : Arctic (Including Quebec And Japan) Ice – Only 93% Of “Normal”

  1. Latitude says:

    I have a problem with all of their “normal”

    Since they started this mess, everything has trended below normal…

    …that only tells me that their normal is screwed up

    • AndyW says:

      I can’t all of trended below the normal, or else the normal would be lower? What are you talking about?

      Andy

  2. Andy Weiss says:

    The alarmists can crawl back into their holes for now, as nothing of an alarming nature has been happening in the real world.

  3. AndyW says:

    Interestingly the Antarctic is still below the average as well

    http://arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/IMAGES/seaice.recent.antarctic.png

    In recent years it has been putting on ice quicker than average from the minima so it will be interesting to see when the cross over point happens. Lasy year it put on ice later but then to a much greater extent up to the maxima.

    Andy

    • Shocking. Antarctic ice has only been above average for about 18 of the last 24 months.

      • AndyW says:

        Indeed, it increases above the normal from minima to maxima and then follows the normal from maxima to minima, so it is quite interesting.

        I am sure Latitude has no issue with this normal because the trend is above it for a lot of the time .. ho ho. :)

        Andy

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