Antarctic Sea Ice Blows Away Records In April
By Paul Homewood
Antarctic sea ice continues to set new records, with extent in April at the highest since measurements began in 1979.
Ice extent has also been above last year’s already high levels for most of this year.
Meanwhile, both GISS surface and UAH satellite datasets show the Antarctic has been much colder than usual recently.
Finally, global sea ice area remains well above average.
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