Shortest Arctic Melt Season On Record?

As it stands right now, August 31 was the date of minimum sea ice extent in the MASIE record. This is the first year the minimum occurred during August.  The map below shows ice gain and loss since August 31.

Index of /DATASETS/NOAA/G02135/north/daily/images/

Summers are ending earlier, and the Arctic is starting to freeze earlier.

Northern Hemisphere September snow cover has been above normal for five years in a row.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

Autumn snow cover has been expanding for 50 years.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

The average last day above 80 degrees comes several days earlier in the US than it did a century ago.

All indications are that summer is getting shorter and cooler, which is why people like Mosher are desperate to tamper with the daily temperature data.

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