How Fast Does Ice Melt Below Freezing?

Below freezing temperatures forecast for the next two weeks.

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10-Day Temperature Outlook

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9 Responses to How Fast Does Ice Melt Below Freezing?

  1. etudiant says:

    Surely that is more driven by the water temperature. Ice can melt if the water is warm enough, even if the air is cold. Also, sea water does not freeze at 0 degrees C, as is well known, but rather a couple of degrees lower, because the salt content lowers its freezing point. So it is probably a bit early to expect the ice to return.

  2. hazze says:

    Looks like that Pond Inlet will be a hockeyarena next week…and they are still dragging the junk on mainland shore….will they litter the pristine Arctic or bring the junk home ?

  3. miked1947 says:

    It all depends on which version of the virtual reality model you are running! They have shown they can create wondrous things in their virtual reality worlds.
    I know you have created a trick question to try to trip us up! 😉

  4. Since it’s rotten ice, maybe it will all magically decay.

  5. Disillusioned says:

    Looks like Pond Inlet will be below freezing well before Sept 1.

    (I still can’t wrap my head around just what the differences are between fresh H2O below 32 degrees F and “rotten,” “decayed” H2O below 32F.)

  6. Traitor In Chief says:

    algorithm magic will make the ice go away. The ice itself isn’t really important.

  7. Chewer says:

    The strait could be choppy for the rowers:

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