Arctic Sea Ice Sees “Dramatic Recovery And Expansion”… Northern Europe January Cooling 30 Years!

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By Kirye
and Pierre Gosselin

Northern Europe and the Arctic show signs of winter cooling over the past decades. Could the global warming theory be in for an upset?

Looking at January data over the northern Europe, we see no real warming trend for the month, according to data from the Japan Meteorological Agency (JMA).

When plotting mean January temperatures for Norway for stations where data are available since 1988, we see that 7 of 11 stations show a cooling trend since 1988, despite rising CO2:

Data: JMA

January cooling in Finland

The story is the same in Finland, a country that stretches into the Arctic:

All stations with data going back to 1988 show a cooling trend in Finland for the month of January. Data: JMA

Ireland cooling more than warming

In Ireland, situated in the North Atlantic, we also see signs of cooling mid winters. warming has been AWOL for some time now:

 

In Ireland 4 of 6 stations with data going back to 1988 show a cooling trend for the month of January. Data: JMA

Arctic sea ice rebound

Next we move to the Arctic. This year’s winter is seeing an impressive rebound in sea ice, tweets meteorologist Chris Martz, reaching the 3rd highest level in 15 years:

“Dramatic recovery” for Arctic sea ice

Obviously the situation in the Arctic is nowhere as dire as alarmists like to deceive others into thinking. According to meteorologist Justin Berk here, “Arctic Sea Ice has made a dramatic recovery and expansion this winter.”

Image: National Snow and Ice Data Center

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9 responses to “Arctic Sea Ice Sees “Dramatic Recovery And Expansion”… Northern Europe January Cooling 30 Years!”

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  4. Philippe Rouzaut

    Hello,
    However there is no ice around Copenague nor in the Baltic Sea nor in Scandinavia in general, where this winter is on the way to be one of the mildest for a very long time.

    1. Phil Salmon

      The polar vortex and jet stream have remained intact, circular and zonal, without loops and Arctic breakouts. That’s why in mid latitudes it’s been a mild winter. All the cold is bottled up in the Arctic, where the ice is thickening and recovering as a result. It’s all a bit of a zero sum game – regarding heat.

      1. Philippe Rouzaut

        Yes I noticed that, it allowed the entire polar area to be in negative anomaly and it allowed the Arctic ice ocean a good recovery.
        All this is in contradiction with the predictions of the IPCC.
        Hopefully next year the VP will be less concentrated so that the ripples allow the resumption of cold waves in Europe
        Philippe

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