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Arctic Sea Ice Extent: November 3, 2022

November 3, 2022: Over the past week, the sea ice has continued to increase but  at a lower rate from last week, of 10.25%, from the level on 10/27/2022 of 7.976 M km2 to 8.887 M km2 for this week; but still a pretty good increase over a week period.

Plot Compiled by: Howard J. Diamond, PhD; Climate Science Program Manager at NOAA’s Air Resources Laboratory
Data Source: National Snow & Ice Data Center (NSIDC; https://nsidc.org/).

The negative sea ice anomaly this week was less than the anomaly of -1.266 M km2 on 10/27/2022 to a less negative anomaly of -0.919 M km2 on 11/03/2022 and so less anomalously negative for this time of year.

Plot Compiled by: Howard J. Diamond, PhD; Climate Science Program Manager at NOAA’s Air Resources Laboratory
Data Source: National Snow & Ice Data Center (NSIDC; https://nsidc.org/).