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1 hour ago, BornFromTheVoid said:

Images and animation for today

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Still more melt on the Laptev side! The Beaufort does look poised for a quick refreeze mind so it's an area to watch for new ice to grow. 

Meanwhile Siberian regions, just looks really dire and if we don't get much fast ice forming this winter and we get another record snow cover retreat then we could see a repeat of the rapid melt in 2021.

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