Sea Ice Extent – Day 32 – Antarctic 900,000 sq km Above Mean / Global Above The Mean

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Global_Sea_Ice_Extent_Zoomed_2015_Day_32_1981-2010 Antarctic_Sea_Ice_Extent_Zoomed_2015_Day_32_1981-2010 Arctic_Sea_Ice_Extent_Zoomed_2015_Day_32_1981-2010

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  1. The big jump is due to Arctic extent changes and a flattening of Antarctic melt trend line. Since it’s so close to the Superbowl betting phenomenon, I’m going to make my predictions here:

    1. Antarctic extent will reach T-min on day 54 and end above 2014’s extent but below 2013’s.
    2. Arctic T-max extent will be reached on day 75 and end near but below 2009’s level.
    3. Global extent will reach T-min on day 55 and will end above the long-term average but below 2013’s minimum extent.

    Anyone else care to venture their forecasts? I’m poor so I can’t put any money up, but hey, Vegas bookies probably have odds already set up for this sort of thing.

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