Interesting and positive changes in Arctic sea ice volume

Climate experts assured us there would be no summer sea ice as of two years ago.
What other falsehoods and exaggerations are we told by them and complicit media to drive the global warming con?

Watts Up With That?

Are we seeing an Arctic change? Three out of the four most recent years show increase in ice volume not seen since 2003.

Guest essay by Frank Lansner

DMI publishes daily their Arctic ice volume data in the form of graphs. From these it is possible to retrieve the data and plot them as you like.

So, first I plotted all years available, 2003 – 2016 for the period May 16 to Aug 8 to show the melt season. Not all dates in the period was used, but enough to get the overall picture.

The first that caught my interest was obviously how 2016 was “performing” in comparison with the other years 2003 – 2015. The winter winds Nov 2015 – Feb 2016 were quite harsh to the ice as it was generally blown towards the Atlantic via East Greenland. This may explain the very low levels of ice volume May…

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