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The South Arctic RMB

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Founder: The Dictatorship of Bubbation

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Fattest Citizens: 488th Highest Wealthy Incomes: 636th Most Avoided: 674th+18
Largest Timber Woodchipping Industry: 687th Highest Disposable Incomes: 710th Nudest: 731st Largest Retail Industry: 808th Largest Black Market: 1,031st Largest Arms Manufacturing Sector: 1,080th Highest Unexpected Death Rate: 1,083rd Most Advanced Law Enforcement: 1,121st Largest Manufacturing Sector: 1,149th Most Corrupt Governments: 1,219th Largest Agricultural Sector: 1,242nd Most Advanced Defense Forces: 1,250th Largest Mining Sector: 1,399th Most Efficient Economies: 1,512th Most Subsidized Industry: 1,701st Highest Average Incomes: 1,705th Most Armed: 1,772nd Most Conservative: 2,042nd
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Welcome to The South Arctic

While our neighboring oceanic regions are cluttered and chaotic, The South Arctic is a more serene setting. Located south of Santa's workshop, The South Arctic contains a small and welcoming community who work together to live peacefully in one of the most beautiful locations. Join us to experience the magic for yourself!!



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Embassies: The West Arctic, The Western Isles, The Embassy, Hollow Point, Solid Kingdom, The Glorious Nations of Iwaku, The United Islands of the Atlantic, The Sea Of Love, The Red Legion, Ancient Lands, Arconian Empire, Eastern Roman Empire, The Illuminati, fluffy squishfish, Sudan, The Great Universe, and 16 others.Maryland, Illinois, Galts Gulch, International Debating Area, The Antichrist Trump, The Peaceful Coffee Shop In Chicago, My Little Pony Equestria, Bus Stop, Elvarya, Nauru, New Mexico, Union of Nationalists, The Bar on the corner of every region, Avadam Inn, Lardyland, and Trendsetter.

Tags: Casual, Magical, Minuscule, Neutral, Regional Government, and Surreal.

The South Arctic contains 4 nations.

Today's World Census Report

The Most Pro-Market in The South Arctic

This data was compiled by surveying a random sample of businesses with the question, "Do you believe the government is committed to free market policies?"

As a region, The South Arctic is ranked 9,149th in the world for Most Pro-Market.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Dictatorship of BubbationIron Fist Consumerists“We Will Endure”
2.The Republic of Np 49Moralistic Democracy“Puppet 49”
3.The Kingdom of LacrosIron Fist Consumerists“God, Homeland, Liberty”
4.The North East West of South AkiaAuthoritarian Democracy“Our common goal is a motto”

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The South Arctic Regional Message Board

The 7 day weather forecast summary for The South Arctic:

Reviewing the forecast for The Soutth Arctic Over the next 7 days and the average daytime maximum temperature will be around -5C/23f, with a high for the week of 1C/33f expected on the afternoon of Friday 8th. The mean minimum temperature will be -12C/10f, dipping to its lowest on the evening of Sunday 3rd at -19C/-2f. Expect the next week to have mostly dry days although Friday is likely to see a little snow. Current predictions suggest Friday will have the most precipitation with an accumulation of around 2.0mm.( 0.7 inch) On the whole winds are likely to be moderate.

The 7 day weather forecast summary for The South Arctic:

For The South Arctic in the coming week the average daytime maximum temperature will be around -1C/30f, with a high for the week of 5C/41f expected on the evening of Tuesday 12th. The average minimum temperature will be -7C/19f, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Saturday 9th at -13C/86f. The week ahead will have mixed overhead conditions with some days dry and some seeing a significant amount of sleet or snow. The current forecast indicates Tuesday will have the most precipitation with an accumulation of around 9.0mm. On the whole winds are likely to be fresh. The forecast suggests the strongest wind will be on Tuesday afternoon, coming from a easterly direction, and reaching around 44mph. However, the maximum wind gusts are expected on Wednesday morning.

The 7 day weather forecast summary for The South Arctic:

Over the next 7 days The South Arctic forecast suggests the average daytime maximum temperature will be around 1C, with a high for the week of 7C expected on the afternoon of Thursday 21st. The average minimum temperature will be -4C, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Wednesday 20th at -4C. The coming week will have mostly dry days although Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd are likely to see a little sleet or snow. The indicators are that Thursday will have the most precipitation with an accumulation of around 5.0mm. On the whole winds are likely to be moderate.

The 7 day weather forecast summary for The South Arctic:

Over the next 7 days The South Arctic forecast suggests the average daytime maximum temperature will be around 2C/35f, with a high for the week of 4C/39f expected on the afternoon of Tuesday 26th. The average minimum temperature will be -2C/28f, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Saturday 23rd at -6C/21f. Expect the week ahead to have mixed weather with some days dry and some seeing a little rain, sleet or snow. Current predictions suggest Thursday will have the most precipitation with an accumulation of around 5.0mm/019inch. On the whole winds are likely to be moderate.

The 7 day weather forecast summary for The South Arctic

Reviewing the forecast for The South Arctic Over the next 7 days and the average daytime maximum temperature will be around 1C/33f, with a high for the week of 3C/37f expected on the afternoon of Monday 1st. The average minimum temperature will be 0C/32f, dipping to its lowest on the afternoon of Friday 5th at 0C/32f. The coming week will have mostly dry days although Sunday 31st and Monday 1st are likely to see a little sleet or snow. Predictions are Monday will have the most precipitation with an accumulation of around 6.0mm. On the whole winds are likely to be moderate.

The 7 day weather forecast summary for The South Arctic:

Taking a look at The South Arctic over the coming week and the average daytime maximum temperature will be around 3C/37f, with a high for the week of 5C/41f expected on the afternoon of Monday 8th. The mean minimum temperature will be 0C/32f, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Saturday 6th at -2C/28f. Expect the coming week to have mixed weather with some days dry and some seeing a little rain, sleet or snow. Current predictions suggest Monday will have the most precipitation with an accumulation of around 5.mm0./0.19685039inch On the whole winds are likely to be moderate.

The 7 day weather forecast summary

Reviewing the forecast over the next 7 days and the average daytime maximum temperature will be around 1C, with a high for the week of 4C expected on the afternoon of Wednesday 17th. The mean minimum temperature will be 0C, dipping to its lowest on the afternoon of Tuesday 16th at -2C. The coming week will have most days seeing a little rain, sleet or snow. Current predictions suggest Monday 15th will have the most precipitation with an accumulation of around 5.0mm. On the whole winds are likely to be moderate.

2020 June Sea Ice Outlook Report is Now Available

The 2020 June Sea Ice Outlook (SIO) report is now available. The Sea Ice Outlook, an effort managed by the Sea Ice Prediction NetworkPhase 2 (SIPN2), provides an open process for those interested in Arctic sea ice to share predictions and ideas. The monthly reports contain a variety of perspectivesfrom advanced numerical models to qualitative perspectives from citizen scientists. The Outlook is not an operational forecast.

For the 2020 June report, 33 contributions were received that included pan-Arctic predictions. Of those contributions eight included predictions for pan-Antarctic and the Alaska Region. Additionally, we received 13 submissions of sea-ice probability and ten submissions of first ice-free date. New this year, the report includes ice-free conditions for the Hudson Bay region; September sea-ice concentration contour in the Fram Strait region, motivated by the MOSAiC expedition; and we invited contributors to submit initial conditions (sea-ice concentration and sea-ice thickness) of their forecasts to better understand how observations are being used in forecasts.

For the pan-Arctic, the median June Outlook value for September 2020 sea-ice extent is 4.33 million square kilometers, with quartiles of 4.06 and 4.59 million square kilometers. The median is close to the 2019 June Outlook, of 4.40 million square kilometers, and to the observed 2019 September sea-ice extent of 4.32 million square kilometers.

The 7 day weather forecast summary for The South Arctic:

Taking a look at The South Arctic over the coming week and the average daytime maximum temperature will be around 5C/41F, with a high for the week of 7C/446F expected on the afternoon of Saturday 4th. The average minimum temperature will be 1C/338F, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Wednesday 8th at 0C/32F. Expect the week ahead to remain predominantly dry. On the whole winds are likely to be moderate.

The 7 day weather forecast summary for The South Arctic:

The forecast for The South Arctic in the coming week is predicting the average daytime maximum temperature will be around 3C/37F, with a high for the week of 5C/41F expected on the afternoon of Saturday 11th. The mean minimum temperature will be 0C/32F, dipping to its lowest on the morning of Monday 13th at 0C/32F. Expect the coming week to have mostly dry days although Wednesday 15th and Thursday 16th are likely to see a little rain. The current forecast indicates Thursday will have the most precipitation with an accumulation of around 6.0mm/0.23622047 inch, On the whole winds are likely to be moderate

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