A quick dip in Arctic sea ice

The better start to the Arctic sea ice extent season didn’t last too long because of a week or so of large daily losses during the second half of March, which look like they seem to have stopped for now. Otherwise sea ice extents are the 8th lowest for the 26th of March and precariously balanced at 14.437 million square kilometres. The top ten spacings are all very tight, and all it would take is another run like that for this season to top the table as lowest ever extent.

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