If you want to see regularly updated animations, check the new Animations Page. Also check last year's NWP animation (here and here) if you want to compare. The ice was breaking up much faster last year.
Update July 11th: Added yesterday's satellite image (day 191). The NWP is fractured all over the place, but a strong wind from the East is keeping it together for now.
Update July 18th: Added yesterday's satellite image (day 198). Check out the in-situ melting around Byam Martin Island.
Update July 23rd: Added yesterday's satellite image (day 203). Somebody made a funny joke that cracked up the NWP.
Update August 7th: Added yesterday's satellite image (day 218). Finally a decent image. The difference with just two weeks ago is mindnumbing.
This image shows the concentration of multi-year ice in the NWP in the past couple of years (h/t Diablobanquisa):
Here's a comparison of June 19th of this year with June 18th of 2009 and 2010: