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In the Bay of Bothnia, there is up to 60 cm thick fast ice the archipelagos. Farther out in the west, there is an up to 35 nm wide lead with mostly new ice and some larger floes in the south. Otherwise, there is 15â€“45 cm thick, rafted and partly ridged, very close ice. In Norra Kvarken, there is fast ice at the coast and at sea mostly very open ice and new ice. In the Sea of Bothnia, down to the Archipelago Sea, there is level ice and fast ice at the coast. In the Gulf of Finland, there is up to 45 cm thick fast ice along the eastern and northern coast and 10â€“30 cm thick ice is present at sea in the east, in the west mostly open water. In the Gulf of Riga, there is 10â€“25 cm thick fast ice in VÃ¤inameri and PÃ¤rnu Bay. Off the northeastern coast, there is very close ice. Further south ice is still present in sheltered areas. In some Norwegian fjords there is 30 cm thick fast ice.
- The ice winter of 2018/19 on the German North and Baltic Sea coasts with a brief description of ice conditions in the entire Baltic Sea region.
- Der Eiswinter 2018/19 an den deutschen Nord- und OstseekÃ¼sten mit einem Ãœberblick Ã¼ber die EisverhÃ¤ltnisse im gesamten Ostseeraum.
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