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Arctic melt season temperatures headed for record low

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Frank Lansner
Hide The Decline
Aug 13, 2010

UPDATE: 12/8 Estimate now 0,395 C after DMI has updated. Coldest on record so far.


The DMI Arctic melt season temperature maybe headed for all time record low.

Prognosis, 2010 average temperature in Arctic 80N-90N read from DMI: + 0,405 C

Since i have read the data from screen, the 0,405 C is not precise, but judge for yourself. Here the DMI curve for 2010. On top is a grid where 1 degree Celsius is repersented by the thick horisantal lines. Dotted horisontal lines represents 0,2K. Vertical dotted lines indicates days, 66 in all.


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Here is the day for day values estimated by me:


Im sure that i did not do this “perfectly”, but so far no one has shown that DMI data 1993 – 2010 is not in fact significantly cooling for the Arctic 80N-90N area in the melt season. And as shown in my last writing, this does contradict GISS data projected from land over the Arctic area for June and July.

The present prognosis of 0,4 C : The last 6 days of the melt period is taken as if they would show normal temperatures – the green line. Unless the current cold trend changes dramatically, we may very well end up with an Arctic melt temperature below 0,4 C in 6 days.

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