De coiling sea ice , a sea ice momentum reprieve North of Greenland.
Some of the toughest thickest sea ice is also decompressing North of Greenland, the pressure from
the usual sea ice momentum given by the Transpolar Stream Current is non-existent. The response is a de coil action Northwards then an easier flow Eastwards. This action is not noiseless, luckily not many people live there, there should be some thunder rumbling to be heard. WD Sept 7, 2016