Sea ice in November 2007

From the 11th to the 21st of November, four announcements were made from ships regarding sea ice.  The Coast Guard went on an exploration flight on the 22nd, but westerly winds had been predominant in the Greenland strait for four days straight and therefore added chance for the sea ice to move closer to shore.  The ice was closest to shore 28n.m. north off Horn and 28n.m. northwest off Straumsnes.

Southwesterly winds were more current in the Greenland strait than in the average year, especially in the beginning of the month and from the 18th to the 22nd.


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