The WAPO published an article today titled "Methane may not last long in the atmosphere — but it drives sea level rise for centuries". The article starts out with typical WAPO gibberish:
It seems like just about every week, there’s more news on the rapid melting of glaciers in Greenland, Antarctica and elsewhere — and scientists’ growing concern about their potentially dramatic contributions to global sea level rise. But there’s another major element affecting global sea levels, and research suggests that it could be a factor for centuries to come.
So, one has to question whether it is worth reading the remainder of the article. Because, it just so happens that this year the Greenland ice sheet ice mass is well above the mean for 1990 to 2013. You can read all about it here from The Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI). Here is the graph from the researchers at DMI:
What exactly do they scrutinize over there at the Washington Post? Clearly not their own writings.