Yesterday I showed that Northern Hemisphere snow cover has no correlation with global temperature.
However, there is a very good correlation between snow extent and cold. The plot below shows Rutgers North American snow cover vs. the UAH US temperature anomaly. Cold winters have more snow, and warm winters have less snow.
This is intuitively obvious. A cold winter brings snow further south.
Which again shows the uselessness of a “global temperature” – and how perverted the thinking of some climate scientists has become.
After 1 iterations the fit converged. final sum of squares of residuals : 5.49402 rel. change during last iteration : -1.61663e-16 degrees of freedom (FIT_NDF) : 31 rms of residuals (FIT_STDFIT) = sqrt(WSSR/ndf) : 0.420983 variance of residuals (reduced chisquare) = WSSR/ndf : 0.177226 Final set of parameters Asymptotic Standard Error ======================= ========================== a = -0.637184 +/- 0.09595 (15.06%) b = 14.879 +/- 0.07375 (0.4957%) correlation matrix of the fit parameters: a b a 1.000 b 0.113 1.000