No Correlation Between US Snow Depth And CO2

Depending on the current weather, climate experts try to blame either more or less snow on CO2, in order to get more funding. There is no correlation either way – as there has been no trend in US snowfall.

The graph below plots average snowfall at all HCN stations which have been continuously active since at least 1920.

ScreenHunter_122 Feb. 08 07.31

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4 Responses to No Correlation Between US Snow Depth And CO2

  1. Andy DC says:

    It looks more and more than Nemo is not going to come close to meeting expectations.

    Your chart shows unpecedented climate stability. If those same NOAA people with the same supercomputers can’t accurately predict a storm a day away, what does that say about their ability to forecast weather 50 or 100 years into the future?

    • It is easier to predict the weather in 50 years, because you can just claim that the science improved.

      • Andy DC says:

        You can’t be made to look stupid with a 50 year forecast the same way you look stupid to everyone when you blow a one day forecast. Many of us will be long gone before the forecast “verifies”.

  2. mwhite says:

    http://notrickszone.com/2013/02/08/french-ski-resort-shuts-down-because-of-too-much-snow/

    “The resort had to close this week after seven metres of snow fell in recent weeks”

    Now that’s deep

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