Friday, August 25, 2023

Checking On Antarctic Sea Ice

It's still pretty bad. Without doing the calculations, I'd say it looks more anomalously low than it was in July.

Via University of Maine's Climate Reanalyer.


Layzej said...

Wow. That is abrupt. Any idea what's going on here?

David Appell said...

I don't have any idea. Someone might, but if so I haven't read about them.

Layzej said...

The most intense heat wave ever recorded on Earth happened in Antarctica last year, a new study revealed.
Eastern Antarctica spiked by almost 70 degrees Fahrenheit over their recorded average.
The research team said the heat wave was caused by anomalous air circulation near Australia.