The NOAA (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration) has models that predict the Arctic to cool to lower-than-normal temperatures as early as this winter. That being said, the Arctic sea ice that is rapidly melting will not ‘re-freeze’ with the cooler temperatures. While temperatures will vary more wildly than we’ve seen before, once the ice is melted it will likely not ever reach a temperature low enough to freeze again.
(Blue is lower than normal temperatures, red is higher than normal temperatures in the map model below.)
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