By Snowfan (June 19)
The Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) expects sea ice extent growth in June 2019:
The DMI plot for the development of Arctic sea ice area (extent) from June 1979 to the PROGNOSE for June, 2019. Since 2010, i.e. 9 years ago, the sea ice areas of the Arctic have been growing in trend. Reports about disappearing sea ice in the Arctic are fake news. See also: No ice melting in the Arctic in this decade. Source: DMI-Plots Ice Cover
May Arctic sea ice trend now stable 15 years
The DMI plot for the development of Arctic sea ice area (extent) from May 1979 to May 2019. Since 2004, i.e. for 15 years, the sea ice areas of the Arctic have been stable at around 13 million km². Reports about disappearing sea ice in the Arctic are fake news. Source: DMI-Plots Ice Cover.
Greenland sees 8 consecutive days of heavy snowfall
Also heavy snowfall continues for eight days In Greenland – loss of ice mass even lower than yesterday and still well below average.
After the eighth heavy snowfall in a row and without end, the loss of mass in the Greenland ice on June 27, 2019 continues to be below average (lower chart, blue line above the dark grey line) and even somewhat lower than yesterday. Source: DMI Greenland ice mass balance with supplements.