Bad news for warmists: Accuweather says Arctic sea ice melt won’t be a record breaker

Accuweather reports:

The annual Arctic sea ice extent minimum that will likely occur next month will not be a record breaker like last year, as the main weather pattern this summer has been nearly opposite of the pattern during the summer of 2012.

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5 thoughts on “Bad news for warmists: Accuweather says Arctic sea ice melt won’t be a record breaker”

  1. Two points don’t make a trend, and neither do three. The Arctic and Antarctic sea ice seem to be following their usual patterns: some years have more ice, some less, some years see more glacial breakup and some less.
    The warmists are so wedded to their agenda that they’ve exaggerated everything that supports it and minimized everything that contradicts it. Thinking people see this and view the agenda with suspicion. Charlatans see this and pile one. Well-meaning people miss it and think that the greater noise comes from the more correct group.

  2. “Regardless of what the final extent is for this year, the long-term trends will continue to show a steady decrease in sea ice extent in the Arctic.”
    In other words, “Don’t try to confuse me with the facts; I know what I know.”
    How can a ‘steady’decrease be ‘continued’ when the continuity has already been broken?

  3. As in, the author doesn’t understand what +/- 2 std deviations means or you thinking something else?

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