Arctic sea ice extent is close to what it has been on this date for the past several years. Since DMI made their correction a few weeks ago, I agree with the graph below.
Ice loss is about to slow down, because the Hudson Bay has nearly melted out.
Temperatures in the Beaufort Sea are forecast to be cold the rest of the month, making a big melt this summer very unlikely.
It is likely that 2016 will be above 2015 in a couple of weeks, because there is a lot more ice this year in the East Siberian and Chukchi Seas. Note that the much hailed Northern Passage along the Siberian Coast is completely blocked this year, destroying yet another alarmist myth.
The areas where 2015 was ahead of this year, are areas which experienced rapid melting last year after this date.