Friday, August 26, 2016
Trans Polar Stream, first time so wet in history, is simply huge, it may cause a fluid mix accelerating flushing to the warm North Atlantic.
Fram Strait is rapidly bulging Southwards with sea ice, this means that the Open Trans Polar Stream may reach the Strait, with 0 to +7 C sea surface temperatures. Notice Goodbye waves between Greenland and Spitsbergen Isles, they expanded from August 23 to 25 as well, a sure indication of rapid melting along with the arrival of new sea ice. If the Trans Polar Stream open zone reaches Fram Strait, it would mean a much more fluid flow of sea ice to the North Atlantic.