Arctic sea ice volume increasing

“Temperatures in the Arctic are rapidly falling (from -23 deg to -28 deg C) and the ice has been expanding all this year (2019), says John of Cloverdale, Western Australia. “No rising temperatures in the Arctic according the latest DMI plot.”

Arctic sea ice volume is now higher than on this date in the past three years; 2016, 2017 and 2018.

Arctic sea ice volume – 10 Jan 2019

Graph source Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI):

Thanks to John of Cloverdale, Western Australia, for these links

9 thoughts on “Arctic sea ice volume increasing”

  1. I just hear an italian news telling earth temps are rising, climatic refugees leaving their homes and so on.
    Will media ever stop lying?

  2. From my observations Arctic temperatures are much lower than last year. It could be a sign for late spring in many areas.

  3. The news service in west-EU are like the North Korean ones: with a smile they are telling about upwarming caused by CO2, which should be a dangerous gas to be restored in the bottom is the solution; while at the same time, fortunately for the temporarely eskimo’s in Austria, people are using advanced technics to get out of the snow . They are telling about smelting ice while articles (ASM) do report the opposite. Still, uprising foodprices will not be mentioned until social unrest. The magnetic field is changing very rapidly at the moment w.r.t. the recent past, still it isn’t mentioned. Seems it is tending towards the UK.

  4. I looked at nullschool yesterday and couldn’t believe my eyes. It’s the coldest arctic I’ve ever seen. -30 and 40’s over most of it.

  5. We have had a very mild winter so far in much of Scotland with a dusting of snow at Halloween, followed by one blizzard in December and hardly any frost worth noting. The snowdrop flowers are out and the daffodils have broken surface. The coming Arctic blast is therefor going to be a shock to those spoonfed by the warmist MSM

  6. Sea ice is pretty much “normal” and is not melting away at present. I’ve been comparing DMI, NOAA (NSIDC) and JAXA (links below).

    Current extent is not high but neither is it low. I’ve also spotted that NOAA are being dishonest because this year’s trend line is called 2018/19 and it is compared against 2012/13. As it’s 2019 the trend line should now be into a comparison against 2013 – but NOAA have chosen to graph 2019 versus 2012 which had a greater extent.




    I like JAXA because they are giving actual numbers.

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