I've made a blink comparison animation of today's combined MODIS satellite image (day 250) and that of the first combined image from the first North Hole post (day 247):
By concentrating on some of the larger floes you can easily discern the southward transport. If we then look at what is north of the North Hole (which almost sounds like a Hitchcock movie), we can see that the maximum of open area showing sea water instead of ice is expected to occur tomorrow or the day after. Here it is:
If the ice continues to be transported southwards of course, but I expect it will for at least another day or two.