The blink comparator above shows one day changes in the ice pack. Note that not only is the ice forming rapidly out in the ocean, but also is appearing along the shore.
DMI shows that early season record fast ice growth continues unabated, and is now back to 2005 levels.
The entire Arctic and most of Russia, Alaska and the Canadian Arctic is now well below freezing.
I’m looking forward to the GISS September temperature map, which will most likely extrapolate all kinds of hot weather into Arctic regions where they have no data.