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This year’s sea ice

Time for another look at sea ice. Here is the familiar IARC-JAXA plot: And we see: well, it is looking low, and has been consistently all winter. Not record-breakingly, like it was last December, but even so. Interesting. This year, I’m not planning to run a book, unless anyone offers to make a worthwhile bet.…

Forecasting

On of the key parts of science is prediction. Or so we’re told. So it is fun to watch various people rip Steve Goddard’s predictions of sea ice to shreds. WUWT is the one boosting Goddard’s worthless noise. * RMG seems to be the most complete, prompted I think by: * Tamino and * Neven.…