Snow Is A Thing Of The Past In New England

I took the picture below in Danbury, Connecticut at the end of February 2011  The snow was three feet deep.

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Snow In Connecticut | Real Science

This is what Vermont looks like at the end of December, 2012

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There is no long term trend to Vermont snowfall, yet climate activists have determined that their skiing is threatened.

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7 Responses to Snow Is A Thing Of The Past In New England

  1. Andy DC says:

    No change in snowfall is, like both increasing and decreasing snowfall, is entirely consistent with catastrophic global warming and the end of the world as we know it. (sarc)

  2. Michael D Smith says:

    That trend line is suspect… Hand drawn?

  3. Justa Joe says:

    Snowy and frigid where I live

    I wish the UK would cause the rest of the world to warm. I’m freezin’.

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