Unprecedented Ice Conditions In Alaska

The ice at Nenana, Alaska is over four feet thick , and getting thicker.

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Nenana Ice Classic

Normally it breaks up this week, and the latest it has ever broken up is two weeks from now.

Nenana Ice Classic

Climate experts tell us that Alaska is the “canary in the coal mine

Scientists say Alaska is like a canary in a coal mine, foreshadowing the types of changes we can expect for the rest of the world.

Scientific American Frontiers . Hot Times in Alaska. Canary in a Coal Mine | PBS

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9 Responses to Unprecedented Ice Conditions In Alaska

  1. Marco says:

    Two weeks? This record will likely be broken:

    “The temps from Wednesday the 24 thru Thursday the 25, have been in the lower 30’s and cooler in the evenings, it’s dipping down to the mid to upper teens. The 5 day forecast for the Nenana area
    is to remain the same.”

  2. gofer says:

    Wow, it’s the same as in Feb.

  3. Russ says:

    Reblogged this on The Next Grand Minimum and commented:
    Looking for another record to be broken. If we see it broken five years in a row, we might want to start worrying if the next minimum has arrived.

    • Marian says:

      Alaskans might have to consider migrating. South for the Winter and Summer. The new LIA has nearly arrived. šŸ™‚

      • F. Guimaraes says:

        I agree, the signs (expanding glaciers, many consecutive cold winters, 2 La Ninas after the El Nino of 2010, with the possibility of another one on the way, etc.) are clearly pointing in this direction. Now, one question remains: “how long” this grand minimum will last? … I believe the “Livingston-Penn effect” is being proven correct and we’re heading towards a “new Maunder”.

  4. greg2213 says:

    “Alarmists say Alaska is like a canary in a coal mine, foreshadowing the types of changes we can expect for the rest of the world.”

    Guess this means it’s going to be getting cooler…

  5. Chewer says:

    They began ice measurements in 1989 and this year is a doozy.
    I’m hoping to win the $300,000 + prize this year.

  6. Andy DC says:

    With temps as low as -12F in Alaska this morning, it does not appear that the ice is going anywhere very soon. Fairbanks is averaging 14.3 degrees below normal for April as of this morning. Valdez still has 4.5 feet of snow on the ground. A very frigid spring indeed!

  7. Q says:

    latest was 20 May, 1964 11:41:00
    so more than 3 weeks time

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