It depends on where you are in the world. The Antarctic stays the same year round, as do most glaciers in the world. The real area where ice changes in thickness over the year is the Arctic circle. The Arctic ice-mass melts down in the summer, then refreezes during the colder months. The amount that thaws and freezes varies with the year, currently more ice is melting away and growing thinner due to global warming.
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