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    the increase in surface warming due to sea ice loss leads to greater humidity and larger snowcover.  In addition the latent heat warming produces shifts in high-altitude air currents that do not change right away.  There is a significant body of knowledge that indicates that the sea ice loss has a lingering effect through the winter and into the spring.  We will certainly see as the new season's melt ensues.  Here is some background info.

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