1932 Winter Olympics – Too Warm, No Snow In January


Eighty years later they have feet of snow in mid-April.


According to GISS records, nearby Wanakena, NY had its warmest January on record in 1932. 1933 was second warmest, followed by 1913 and 1950.

h/t to Jim McCulley

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5 Responses to 1932 Winter Olympics – Too Warm, No Snow In January

  1. Andy Weiss says:

    If no year in the last 61 can make the warmest four, the warming certainly is not catastophic. No need to return to the cave quite yet.

  2. Lance says:

    Yes, and the up coming winter Olympics will be the last one I seem to recall. The CAGW alarmists told us that it would be to warm after 2014….

  3. God says:

    Another moron that can’t distinguish individual weather events from climate change.

    • Paul H says:

      Another moron who thinks climate only started to change in 1979.

    • Paul H says:

      As an all powerful being, I have no doubt you can tell us the differences between today’s climate change and the ordinary climate change we experienced in the previous 100 years.

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