This is the video from NASA I showed on WBOC News at 4 PM. It shows the melt of the Arctic Sea ice this summer. It reached the second lowest on record.
Monthly Archives: September 2016
From NASA: In the very early 1980s the area of the summer ice left at the end of the melt season was 2.9 Million square miles, slightly smaller than the are of the lower 48 states.(3 million square miles) Or, look at how much ‘additional’ open water develops now compared to the early 1980s: Area
The high today in Georgetown tied the record at 93 degrees. Salisbury hit 92 and missed the record by two degrees. DC hit 95, and this was a new record. CLIMATE REPORT NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE MOUNT HOLLY NJ 527 PM EDT WED SEP 14 2016 …………………………….. …THE GEORGETOWN DE CLIMATE SUMMARY FOR SEPTEMBER 14 2016…