Arctic sea ice coverage is nearly identical to 20 years ago
Arctic sea ice is following almost the exact trajectory of 2006, which had the highest summer minimum of the last decade.
Temperatures in the Beaufort Sea are forecast to remain below the freezing point through the first two weeks of the summer melt season
The Beaufort Sea is full of very thick ice.
Arctic sea ice is about the same thickness (2 meters) as it was 75 years ago.
Arctic sea ice is the thickest it has been in a decade.
Climate experts say the Arctic has been ice-free since 2013
They have been making the same predictions for as long as anyone can remember.
Climate experts have no idea what they are talking about, and they never did. There is no reason to believe that Earth is headed towards an ice-free Arctic.