Extraordinary warmth continues to afflict the Arctic, taking a wicked toll on its floating cap of sea ice

In January, average extent of Arctic sea ice was the lowest on record

A journalist would never write a story saying, “No homes burned down today.” Novelty makes news, not humdrum, every day stuff.

So why another story here at ImaGeo saying that Arctic sea ice has set yet another record for lowest monthly extent since the satellite record began in 1979? After all, in addition to the low extent observed this past January, multiple record lows were also set last year — in January, February,

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