~All experiences just gathered has helped depict the near future sea ice of the Canadian Alaskan sector of the North Pole; it is melting extremely fast, most of it will vanish.
~The current weather circulation pattern is what one would expect for this time of summer
~Nearly 3 weeks long anomalous High pressure centred on Pacific side of the Pole induced ice flow has stalled and or reverting in the opposite direction, giving the illusion summer 2020 melt has stalled, but it is simply changing course.
NASA EOSDIS North of Alaska and Beaufort sea ice has dramatically changed state from somewhat steady consolidated pack to extremely unstable about to melt all pattern, in a matter of 7 days. It means the ice was very thin but strong enough to keep up appearing normal on the 24th of July. Preceding experiences of today's event, as you can read previous recent EH2r articles, basically foretell a massive area, the Arctic Basin Gyre zone liquid sea surface is about to resurface again from the veil of its ageless ancient perineal cover. WD July 31 2020
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