UPDATE: Regular Sea Ice News now posted here:
Normally I have a Sea Ice News feature on Sundays.
I’m holding it a day, because I’m waiting for NSIDC to make an announcement, and I want to include it. Arctic Sea Ice is making a quick turnaround, the DMI 30% graph shows we are now at 2005 levels for 30% extent.
While waiting for NSIDC in the meantime, have a look at this interesting animation showing the quick turnaround in ice extent in September…
Steve Goddard writes:
Blink comparator showing ice growth over the past week. More than 5,000 Manhattans of new ice have formed – one new Manhattan of ice every two minutes.
Also while waiting, don’t forget to check status at the WUWT Sea Ice Page.