Tuesday 21 July 2015

Watching Arctic ice

The water in the Hauraki Gulf of NZ is currently 15C in the heart of winter, I would have expected it to be down to 11C by now. 

10.1 C off the coast of Greenland is catastrophic. 

How is that supposed to support sea ice when September is the time for the minimum sea ice extent. Stand by to witness history of the very worst kind.

---Kevin Hester

High temperatures in Baffin Bay near Greenland

Sea surface temperatures as high as 10.1°C (50.1°F) were recorded in Baffin Bay, off the west coast of Greenland, on July 20, 2015.

(Warmer than Lake Superior by the way - SMR)

Storm brewing in northern Siberia

A storm is beginning to brew on the north coast of Siberia; wing 50km/hr; waves at 2.5m

Created by Sam Carana for Arctic-news.blogspot.com from


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