Arctic sea ice volume last spring was the highest of the past decade, and this year is well ahead of last year.
There are only about 90 days a year when ice can melt near the pole, and summer temperatures near the pole have been consistently below normal for the past 20 years.
The really bad news for climate alarmists is that Arctic winter temperatures have also turned cold.
Meanwhile, in Antarctica it is the hottest month of the year – and temperatures are below freezing across almost the entire continent. How is ice supposed to melt below freezing?