Hudson Bay Ice Breakers in July, Ice Anomalies Environment Canada Silent

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Starting over here at “”, Robert Felix receives a personal letter from a person living in Nunavik, Canada talking about the merchant ships needed to call ice breakers in Hudson Bay this late in the season, that everyone up there saying “this is not normal for this time of the year.”

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The map included in the letter where that “H” is northern Hudson Bay, easy enough to check and see indeed is this ice up there.

Regional ice charts for Hudson Bay indeed confirm that.

Last week of July, ice breakers needed, this will take us into August as well. Just a week ago on the 23rd that dark blue is extreme above normal ice anomalies.

In that same article on included in this July 23rd synopsis, where the ice should still be in Hudson Bay. You saw that previously that the northeast quadrant should not have any period, but it is now.

As we look into July 30th that coverage of the entire Hudson Bay Area should have shrunken to almost nothing in that southwest quadrant.

How much ice is still in that Bay, anomalous to say the least.

Keep this in mind, this information that we’re receiving is about to cease with perfect timing when all these ice gains are coming in the Arctic and Hudson Bay. All four of the satellites used to maintain these key records of Arctic and Antarctic sea ice are all going down at the same time from 2021–2024, and because of the malfunctioning satellites that were sent up two weeks ago, they’re not going to relaunch any until they figure out what went wrong with the cooling system. Which is going to delay the launches that we’re going to take over where these gaps were, it’s all a little too quirky on the timing.

Looking at Environment Canada, you would never even notice in this weekly mean chart that there was any above normal ice in Hudson Bay, which makes me start to question. What is the information they’re putting out?

At least at the very minimum they’re showing something eclipsing the 1981 to 2010 average, that’s not making news I’m wondering why.

Temperature thermometers, this very basic simplistic medium that we use to talk about the climate debate, these devices should stay up and functional while all the ice tracking satellites go down. Shows below normal temperatures from 80 degrees north all the way up to the Arctic 90 degree North Pole, below normal temperatures so far through this entire melt season. The melt season is over in about a month, usually it tapers off first week second week of September, we’re already coming into the first weeks of August.

From Polar Portal you’ll see the same thing, those heavy ice anomalies, at the far left of the chart. That purple, right at the edge of Hudson Bay is getting into the at least three-foot thick areas passages leading in there as well.

Notice the coverage over the Arctic and right around 90 degrees North, orange is still 12-foot thick. You have to ask yourself, with 9-foot thick which is the green, the teal 6–7 feet thick, purple is at least 3 feet thick, do you think in just a matter of a month or maybe 5 weeks all that is going to melt before it starts to refreeze? Ponder that for a moment and see what you’re being told in the news, and what the real ice data is showing. You’ll understand why all 4 satellites are mysteriously going down at the same time starting next year. Welcome to the ice anomalies pervading the Northern Hemisphere.

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