If it stays at the same warm range as we have experienced for twenty years we may add as much as as four times 2.75 inches which is the amount added since 1994. That is around eleven inches for a total of 13.75 inches. I consider all that as seriously optimistic.
The trend in the South Pole is long in tooth and due for a reversal which may well lead to a chilling of the Atlantic as well.
By the way they added South Pole glacial production to their ice count when it obviously must be the low end of that cycle. Hardly intellectual rigor at work here. Smells of data picking to support the acepted agenda.]