Arctic Ice Extent Anomaly 2012 compared to 2013

The difference between 2012 and 2013 is quite dramatic if you graph the anomaly % from the 30 year mean.

Until day 175 or so, the anomaly was only around -5% or so (note that the anomaly actually went positive for a few days in 2012).

While 2013 was later, both started drifting down. 2013 has stabilized at -15%. At this time last year 2012 was -30%.

Warmists must be so sad.

2013 and 2012 Arctic Anomaly % From 1981-2010 Mean as of day 224

3 thoughts on “Arctic Ice Extent Anomaly 2012 compared to 2013

    1. Yes. I’m a firm believer that ocean cycles like the AMO have more to do with the ice than air temperatures. But winter month AMO temps have been dropping too so it could be a bad combo.

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