Arctic sea ice fights back

Courtesy NSIDC

Arctic sea ice extents on the 24th of December were the seventh lowest on record in the NSIDC satellite series which started in 1978, that’s the highest they’ve been for this time of year in five years. Things are still pretty dire in the Arctic with the extent at just 93.5% of the LTA but sea ice extent has made some good gains in new ice since the minima in September.

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