The Jakobshaven Glacier - As An Example
In 2012 the Jakobshavn glacier was retreating about 1.8 miles and thinning nearly 130 feet annually.
But it started growing again at about the same rate in the past two years, according to a study in Monday’s Nature Geoscience. Source
Polar bears will welcome this news, which have substantially increased in numbers over the past decade.
The reason for the expansion is being attributed to a natural climate cycle.
The back story here is that all weather is derived from the sun and that we are now heading into a potentially deep sunspot minimum, which may once again show significant lowering of global temperatures.
2019 Was Cooler Than 2005
The data, taken directly from NOAA’s national climate data page, shows not only that much of 2019 was below average, but that the US Temperature average is actually cooler now for 2019 than we were in 2005, when the dataset started.