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Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Remnants of a Hurricane Nicole facilitated Anticyclone under its Northward Planetary wave alteration
Following up on previous articl e about PTS Nicole pushing the Jet Stream Northwards, SFU animation jet continued flowing Northward...
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
Ex Hurricane Nicole appears to have displaced the jet stream Northwards
~Is not the first time an Ex-hurricane affected the jet stream... Now that formerly Hurricane-Tropical Storm Nicole approached Greenlan...
Monday, October 17, 2016
Echoes of 2016 sea ice minima are reflected in present Arctic Ocean temperatures
Current North of 80N atmospheric temperatures are fabulously warmer than 2012 for quite a while. There comes a point when collective evide...
Saturday, October 15, 2016
JAXA extent artifact or floating snow?
JAXA October 13 to 14, 14 recognized by extent gains in Laptev sea. Central top of capture. CMC October 15 1200 UTC has very...
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
World wide effects from less Arctic sea ice
~Record warm Arctic Ocean impacts planetary circulation NOAA Map room last 7 days, amazing Arctic warm temperatures can have n...
Monday, October 10, 2016
North Pole current sea ice as terrible as it can get in October 24 hour darkness
By far the poorest state of North Pole sea ice observed for October, indicates a hellish icescape of badly broken up sea ice interspers...
Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Sea surface temperature -1.8 C is a thermal balance construct needing very cold air in especially warmer seas.
Barrow Strait Nunavut Canada -3 C surface air in light winds gave accretion stalling leaving brand new sea ice a darker look, in e...
Tuesday, October 4, 2016
New sea ice starts from 3 important concurring factors: -1.8 C water, little or no sea waves and colder than -11 C surface temperatures
Artistic sea ice made a giant polar bear! But today 74.5 N 94.5 W was first sight of grey ice with frazil. Just in front of the ice...
Extraordinary season continues with exemplary exceptional summer clouds in October at 80 N latitude.
Is it because of the low sun elevation ? No, the clouds portrayed here are simply outstandingly big and high. With tops 57,000 feet ...
Saturday, October 1, 2016
Mishmash new fresher water sea ice floating snow collage showing its stripes of open water
As the shadow of the Earth casts its yearly Polar winter foment, in darkness, sea ice has never been so chaotic, instigated by warmth despi...
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