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P.Gosselin: Danish Meteorological Institute Records Lowest Arctic Temperatures In 9 Years!
Thursday, February 21st 2013, 6:57 AM EST
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Chart above shows the years 2004, 2010, and 2013. Source:

Looking at the temperature chart of the Danish Meteorological Institute, we see that the Arctic above 80°N has turned quite frosty.

The polar bears are probably the only ones enjoying it.

Checking the charts from the years before, we see that today’s Arctic temperature is a hair lower than the low of 2010 (it’s very close), and is thus the lowest since 2004. At Twitter a couple a days ago I think it was Ryan Maue who said that the Arctic was in for a cold snap, and so it’s possible temperatures above 80°N may even drop further before this ends.

Will be interesting to watch in the days ahead. I wonder if they’ll blame it on warming.
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