Declining Snow Cover : Last Month Had The Sixth Largest January Snow Extent On Record

http://climate.rutgers.edu/

December had the fourth largest.

http://climate.rutgers.edu/

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4 Responses to Declining Snow Cover : Last Month Had The Sixth Largest January Snow Extent On Record

  1. Mike Davis says:

    It is all due to global warming and here is evidence:
    Texas to New England
    1951 Probably greatest ice storm in U.S. history. Storm ran from Texas to New England. (Jan 28-Feb 4). 1/2 to 4 inches of ice collapsed buildings downed wires, trees, etc. At least 36 killed. Over a $100 million damage.
    I found this at Accuweather! This day in history.

  2. Dave N says:

    Back around 1970 they thought we were in for an ice age. The NH has had 2 heavy Decembers in the last 2 years as opposed to one, and 2 heavier January snowfalls in a row than around 1970.

    Being “consistent with AGW” makes a real lot of sense.

  3. latitude says:

    “if this trend continues”

    For once they jumped ship on their motto.
    Keeping in mind that they are not rocket scientists, or even dentists…..

    ….now it’s warmcold and wetdry

  4. Andy Weiss says:

    Looks like we’ve had quite a run of snowy winters. All very consistent with global warming!

    1951, following the incredible ice storm there was a snowstorm in FL. St. Augustine has 2 inches.

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