I don't usually like bringing up this kind of picayune
detail, but since so many deniers do, perhaps it's worth pointing out: as of today, Arctic sea ice extent is at a record low for this day of the year, as measured
; a full 425,000 km2
below last year's value:
The Arctic has been incredibly warm lately
(take it away, Cowtan & Way):
But move along -- it's surely just an upward blip in a globally cooling world, don't cha know?
I think you should update your ranking plot :-)
I've been watching this over the last few weeks, and noting that this year had declined from "not very interesting" to "edging towards the edge" so I thnk its good you've noted its fallen onto the edge, thanks.
And another all-time low Arctic sea ice extent for the day reported by JAXA, 14,015,926 km2 (March 9, 2014) , beating previous low set in 2011.
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