Arctic sea ice volume is highest for the date in 13 years, and the 30 day melt rate is the smallest on record.
Climate dimwits like to make graphs like this one, predicting the Arctic will be ice-free by 2045 based on September sea ice volume.
But if they actually looked at the data they would realize that this can’t happen, because the Arctic gains large amounts of ice every September.
In order to get an ice-free Arctic there would have to be almost no ice left at the end of July, because very little volume melt occurs after July 31. Climate experts have only six weeks of blowtorching to achieve their goal.
Ice volume is still near the peak, above average, and melting at the slowest rate on record.
Mainstream climate science is toast. As I have been predicting since I started writing about this topic ten years ago.