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Arctic temp above 80N parallel still below freezing – trend flat « Watts Up With That?

Posted by SteveB on July 2, 2009

In that article, Joe D’Aleo presented a graph from the Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) that showed that the area above 80 degrees north had still not climbed above freezing point of fresh water. Granted sea water doesn’t freeze until around -4°C, but that not is what was most interesting. It was the flat-top appearance of the graph which when you go back though the years provided on the DMI web page, doesn’t seem to have appeared before.

This is the the DMI graph (annotated by WUWT) from yesterday’s data, July 1st, which appeared today. There is a one day update lag. The original graph is available here at DMI.

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Arctic temp above 80N parallel still below freezing – trend flat « Watts Up With That?.

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