Who exactly set up the AMOUK ship observations and why?
Antarctic sea ice maximum reached on the 30th of September as loose tooth drops out
What happened to all the Ocean Weather Ships?
8 metre wave heights at K4 yesterday as Lorenzo waltzed by
Arctic sea ice bottoms out leaving it the second lowest minima since 1979
The Arctic sea ice has gain proved far more resilient than forecast and has refused to produce a record low minimum in 2019.
A graph of the changes in daily sea ice extent.
The big question is will the Arctic sea extent slide away like it did in the summer of 2012 or take a shallower trajectory?
It’s always puzzled me why the Met Office makes no effort to display a chart of the sea surface temperatures around the coast of this sceptred Isles.
The North Atlantic cold blob has turned into a warm but what does it mean for our weather?
Arctic sea ice extent is second lowest behind 2016 for early June, but 2012 is the year to watch.
The cold pool in the central western Atlantic just about managed to survive through the winter of 2018/19. Meanwhile in the eastern Atlantic, North Sea, Baltic and Norwegian SST anomalies are already well above normal by April. This animation I’ve cobbled together from the map room at the IRI.