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Arctic summer temps colder than normal

Below corresponding daily average temperatures
over the past half century

 

 

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10 Sep 10 - According to the Centre for Ocean and Ice at the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI), during almost this entire summer (June to August period), mean daily temperatures in the Arctic remained below the corresponding daily temperatures over the past half century.
 

              Daily mean temperature and climate north of the 80th northern parallel.
             
Red line represents this year’s temperatures.
              Green line represents record since 1958.

Of even greater significance is the graph’s blue line (the horizontal line) indicating the freezing point of water, says author Lawrence Solomon. When the red line appears above the blue line, temperatures are above 0 degrees and ice will melt. "With temperatures in September now plummeting," says Solomon,  "2010 is unlikely to log any more melt days, and the Summer of 2010 will go down in the history books as yet another year in which the Arctic did not melt."

See entire article:
http://opinion.financialpost.com/2010/09/09/lawrence-solomon-another-cold-arctic-summer/


See info accompanying the
graph here.
http://www.probeinternational.org/Arctic%20Summer%202010%20-%20%27COI%20I%20Centre%20for%20Ocean%20and%20Ice.jpg


 





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