2013 Melt Season Forecast To Come To An Early End

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10-Day Temperature Outlook

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12 Responses to 2013 Melt Season Forecast To Come To An Early End

  1. Traitor In Chief says:

    Attack of the Gorebots in 3….2….1….

  2. @njsnowfan says:

    Here is the youtube link to videos on the Russian Ice Breaker that was at the North Pole breaking up ice on a joy ride at the end of July 2013. Link for where the Ice Breaker was and is now also.

    https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=RUSSIAN+NUCLEAR+POWERED+ICE+BREAKER+SHIP+50+LET+&oq=RUSSIAN+NUCLEAR+POWERED+ICE+BREAKER+SHIP+50+LET+&gs_l=youtube.3…44432.44432.0.45505.1.1.0.0.0.0.55.55.1.1.0…0.0…1ac..11.youtube.wdMXrF7gwPo

    Zoom out the map then click on red dots by the north pole, was it’s tracks find it interesting they were there again like in past years when the ice can not refreeze breaking up the ice. Anyone know why they are on joy rides breaking up the ice in the melt season?
    Steve this sort of stuff like Ice Breaker in the melt season is big news. The AGW crow wants to see the ice melt away and a ship like that is not good breaking up ice that can not refreeze in the melt season.

    http://www.sailwx.info/shiptrack/shipposition.phtml?call=UGYU

  3. Jorge says:

    What happened to that massive storm which was supposed to break up the ice? Another failed alarmist prediction, huh? Isn’t it rather pathetic when these advocates of global warming are cheering on storms to do what temperatures won’t do?

  4. Bob Koss says:

    OT
    I see the MLF crew has started wading their way down the coast again. They’ve covered 8 km in the past two hours. Maybe next year they can try again using an old-fashioned Mike Fink style keelboat. At least they’d stay out of the cold water.

    Daylight at their current location is down to about 18 hours (dropping to less than 14 hours by the end of the month) making solar power harder to come by.

  5. margaret berger says:

    Next year they should try a boat with skies and a sail! 🙂

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