It's difficult to make out, but 2014 is in 4th position as of May 31st, behind 2010, 2011 and 2012. Although most of the month wasn't very conducive for melting, 2014 has dipped 210 km3 below 2013. Still, the difference with the lowest year on the current date, 2011, went from 658 km3 last month to 805 km3. And 2012 has breezed past going from 159 km3 more at the end of April, to 697 km3 less now.
As soon as Wipneus has updated his PIOMAS graph, I will post it below.
Edit: Et voilà...
The anomaly trend line has now dropped below and significantly moved away from the linear trend line, continuing the oscillating shape we have grown accustomed to since 2010: