Originally posted on suyts space:
So, say the lunatics. Don’t get me wrong, I think the Arctic temps did somewhat warm in the recent past. But, in recent years, it’s stopped. Indeed, this year, and last year’s temps were notably less than normal during the melt season.
I’ll show RSS’s north polar region from 2005 to present(up through June), but, first, let’s look at what we might expect if we look at it again, next month.
So, if I put out the same graph next month, it’s likely to show even more slight cooling.
Oh, and the ice?
Of course, that’s the new way DMI is calculating ice extent. For a comparison of how this year would have stacked up to other years back when the world was howling about our ice loss, we can still see it here.
It’s starting to look like another sad melt season for the lunatics.