Global Sea Ice Extent is 144,000 sq km above the 1981-2010 mean. 2,100,000 sq km than 2012.
Day 224–NH ice melting has resumed and the loss is now at 58% of maximum.
With today’s NH extent of 6,514,416 sq. Km., a normal further reduction of 9% of max would give a 2014 minimum of 5.12 M Sq Kms.
Those regions with below average melt:
Central Arctic now has 96% ice left
East Siberian Sea is now at 65%
Canadian Archipelago is now at 66%
Beaufort Sea is holding at 74%,
Comment by Ron C. — August 14, 2014 @ 5:16 AM
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