Arctic ROOS eports there is still slightly more than 14,000,000 KM2 of Arctic sea ice, and the ice coverage is holding its own at a time when the ice has started to shrink.
Mean Arctic temperature is 250K, or just shy of -10F, plenty cold enough to increase the depth and coverage of sea ice. Massive amounts of bitterly cold Arctic air spilling south has drawn equal volumes of temperate zone air, slightly warming the Arctic. And providing frost, freezes, and snow, this 28th of March of 2015.
Ice Age Now reports far below normal temps over much of the United States, and three feet of hail on the ground on the Colombia -Ecuador border at 2 degrees North Latitude. While hail is not unknown at low latitudes, hail in quantity is as rare as snow in Namibia. Which occurred again this year.
So Saint Al Gore’s prediction that there would be no Arctic sea ice by 2010 was dead wrong. And instead of getting warmer, it is pretty obvious to anyone who will stick their head out a window that it is getting cold. Particularly over North America, but middle Europe is beginning to catch cold as well.
So while we will have to wait to see how this comes out, remember that the raw data does not lie, but liars sure can edit the data. And make up excuses for doing so.