Antarctic Sea Ice At Record Levels In July
By Paul Homewood
Antarctic sea ice has set another record, with extent for July at the highest on record.
Eight of the last twelve months have all set new records, the exceptions being December, January, February and March, which ranked 2nd, 2nd, 4th and 3rd respectively.
Sea ice concentration is also well above average around most of the continent, with the main exception of the Peninsula.
Meanwhile, global sea ice area remains above normal, as it has been for most of the year.
Arctic Sea Ice Extent Remains Highest In A Decade
COI | Centre for Ocean and Ice | Danmarks Meteorologiske Institut…
US Forest Fires Near Historic Lows: ‘Burn acreage is much less than half of normal’ according to data from the National Interagency Fire Center
US Forest Fires Near Historic Lows
Outside of the West Coast, there is very little forest fire activity in the US this year. Burn acreage is much less than half of normal. National Interagency Fire Center…