More Arctic Sea Ice Now Than In 2006
By Paul Homewood
h/t Tony Heller
Contrary to all the fake news reports of rapidly melting Arctic ice in the last few months, NSIDC now confirm that there is more sea ice now than there was on the same date in 2006.
As of yesterday, Arctic sea ice extent was 14.300 million sq km, compared to 14.286 million sq km on 20th Feb 2006.
In 2006, ice extent actually fell over the next four days, so the gap may continue to grow with a lot of cold air around at the moment there.
It was the global warming cheerleader Mark Serreze who claimed a few years back that the Arctic was screaming. I have a message for him – it was not the Arctic, it was those poor brass monkeys!