2018: Record Cold Summer In Russia – July Arctic Sea Ice Extent Highest Since 2005

By www.iceagenow.info

In Salekhard, the temperature dropped to a record low of -1°C, breaking the previous record for August 2 of +2.0 °C, set in 1980.

Early frosts in Siberia – IA “Meteonovosti”

On the night of August 2 north of the Tomsk region the temperature dropped to 0 .. + 2°C, and in some cases  below freezing.

At Ust-Ozerskaya (Ozersk) station the temperature dropped to -1°C.

Negative air temperature to -1°C was observed in other low places in Western Siberia.

In the next 24 hours, the weather in Siberia will remain cold, 6-7 degrees below normal.

In the north of Taimyr, wet snow is possible.

http://hmn.ru/index.php?index=1&ts=180802113702

Thanks to Martin Siebert for this link

Ref.: https://principia-scientific.org/2018-record-cold-summer-in-russia/

July Arctic Sea Ice Extent Highest Since 2005

By Paul Homewood

http://ocean.dmi.dk/arctic/icecover_30y.uk.php

According to DMI, average Arctic sea ice extent in July is at its highest level since 2005.

With temperatures at normal levels, there is little prospect of Peter Wadhams predictions coming true this year!