From Wipneus page where data from GIOMAS and PIOMAS for Antarctica are available. I think it's time for a thread that looks at the volume data around Antarctica given the record low extent numbers there.
While the extent numbers currently are at a record low level I doubt that the minimum volume as well as the SIE minimum will be at record low level given that the modeled average sea ice thickness around Antarctica have had a positive upward trend wrt the ice thickness. What will determine the final outcome for this melting season is whether the sea ice in the Ross Sea will melt out or not.
The only thing I miss from Wipneus site is similar thickness maps like the one for the Arctic basin.
Courtesy: Wipneus/Arctische Penguin