Based on climate models, DMI predicts 7-8C warming during winter and spring in Greenland.
Greenland’s future climate
The DMI’s high resolution (25 km) calculations of regional climate change in and around Greenland up to 2080 based on the A1B scenario show a general temperature increase of 7-8°C in winter and spring. This is considerably more than the increase obtained with a coarse-resolution global model.
Actual temperature data from Greenland shows that the models are completely useless. Greenland’s warmest temperatures occurred around 1940, and have been plummeting towards record cold the last five years.
The 1940’s warmth is well established in the historical record.
Scientists in Greenland are currently buried in 10,000 foot deep snow
After gaining 220 billion tons of ice during the previous 12 months, Greenland’s surface has gained 8 billion tons of snow in just the last four days.
In order to distract from the Greenland cooling, alarmists made up a fake story about the Jakobshavn Glacier falling apart this summer. Satellite imagery shows that there has been almost no change since 2013.
However, that glacier did retreat one foot per day from 1850 to 1910
Greenland is not melting down or warming, and if climate academics had a single ounce of integrity, they would drop the use of climate models.