Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Cyrosphere Today reporting anomaly

The IPCC has a number of models and one of the most robust findings is that there will
be a dramatic increase in the amount of winter precipitation in the subarctic.

The trend towards more winter precipitation Is already noticeable.

Our local TV Weatherman has noticed it too. The lakes are warmer and we are getting more storms.
So, it is not from the Arctic itself. Rather it's from storms gathering moisture from the south.

Anyhow, we are tending off topic here.

This morning the Cyrosphere Today site is showing an anomaly of -1.707Mkm^2.
That is huge!
The loss of sea ice over the 2 weeks has been dramatic.
Not sure if it's a record. However, usually this happens closer to September.

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