This Summer Shaping Up Very Differently In The Arctic

The ice is thicker and temperatures are cold.


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11 Responses to This Summer Shaping Up Very Differently In The Arctic

  1. Hi Steven – Yes, Summit in central Greenland went below – 66 C last week, several nights around – 60C. This morgning – 50 C and prognosis shows not heat in the horizon:

    K.R. Frank

  2. Edward says:

    Isn’t Greenland’s melt underway? Maybe next year eh?

    What do the Met Office make of it?

  3. Scott says:

    This will be an interesting year…many of the warmists are salivating after last year’s drop and are predicting 2007-ish numbers. I’m not convinced that the Arctic is recovering, is stable, or is death spiraling, so I anxiously await this summer to see what happens.


  4. Bruce says:

    They still delive the glass bottles here (NE).

  5. NoMoreGore says:

    We need a Huge gain for a couple years, just to tick em off. If you examine how long it took to fall, it could be a while before we complete the cycle. But a few good years would be nice right now.

  6. Squidly says:

    Hmm, tried to share this on Facebook, it was blocked. I am not amused. I sent Facebook a disgusted message concerning. How can this possibly be blocked as “abusive”??? … give me a break. Why should I have a Facebook account if they are going to censor posting science resources? … unbelievable. I believe I’m done with Facebook…. What a joke…

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