Missing Summer In The Arctic

The North Pole is having their coldest summer on record, with temperatures below the 1958-2002 average every day for the last six weeks.

Ocean and Ice Services | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut

Greenland’s surface is continuing to gain ice during the last week of June.

Surface Conditions: Polar Portal

The center of the Greenland ice sheet is very cold and buried in deep new snow.



There has been no trend in Arctic sea ice extent over the past sixteen years.


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4 Responses to Missing Summer In The Arctic

  1. Ulric Lyons says:

    Changes in cloud cover over the Arctic since the late 1990’s have been a decrease in cloud cover over land regions, and an increase in cloud cover over the Arctic Ocean. 80-90 north is mostly Arctic ocean.

  2. Robert Cheeseman says:

    So, sleepy joemytes, where’s the science for your rush to scrap fossil fuels? Or are you still in the Pinky and the Brain mode of taking over the world?

  3. iggie says:

    But Arctic ice extent is dropping below the average mean. Is DMI at it again?http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/icecover.uk.php

  4. mjazz says:

    For those who think not driving your SUV will effect the climate.

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