Update for the week to June 18th

The current 5 day trailing average is on 10,452,000km2 while the 1 day extent is at 10,337,000km2.

(All the following data is based on a trailing 5 day average)

The daily anomaly (compared to 81-10) is at -1,332,000km2, an increase from -1,309,000km2 last week. The anomaly compared to the 07, 11 and 12 average is at -395,000km2, a decrease from -610,000km2 last week. We're currently the lowest on record, the same as last week.

The average daily change over the last 7 days was -51.3k/day, compared to the long term average of -48.0k/day, and the 07, 11 and 12 average of -82.1k/day.

The average long term change over the next week is -59.7k/day, with the 07, 11, and 12 average being -78.9k/day.

The extent drop so far this June is the 5th smallest on record. To achieve the largest monthly loss, a drop of at least 180.5k/day is required (requiring >204.9k/day with with single day values), while the smallest loss requires a drop less than 38.0k/day (<22.0k/day with single day values) and an average loss requires a drop of 78.3k/day (~82.4k/day with single day values).