Look at all this sea ice! You could practically walk from Newfoundland to Labrador, or maybe even to Nova Scotia:

Today’s satellite image – Image Credit: NASA/GSFC, Rapid Response

Today’s satellite image – Image Credit: NASA/GSFC, Rapid Response

I wonder how many Polar Bears are on their way on all this ice, every year we get a few that hitch a ride on the ice flows. Most end up near St. Anthony, some make it to Twilingate or even Bonavista.

On the east coast the sea ice is much thinner, but there is a lot of it and it’s present all along the coast:

Today’s satellite image – Image Credit: NASA/GSFC, Rapid Response

Today’s satellite image – Image Credit: NASA/GSFC, Rapid Response

And here’s the band 7-2-1 version, where you can sea the ice more clearly:

Today’s satellite image (Band 7-2-1) – Image Credit: NASA/GSFC, Rapid Response

Today’s satellite image (Band 7-2-1) – Image Credit: NASA/GSFC, Rapid Response

It’s a shame the wind isn’t helping this sea ice get any closer, all too often it’s blowing from the west…

Finally, here’s tomorrow’s iceberg chart from the Canadian Ice Service:

Icebergs in the ice flows

Icebergs in the ice flows

All in all it looks pretty interesting!