Eurasian Autumn Snow Extent Highest In The Last Three Decades

Autumn snow extent in Eurasia is the greatest recorded since the start of the modern satellite era in 1979, and has increased by 20%.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

Climate experts tell us that declining snow cover over the last 30 years is making global warming even worse

The decreases in Earth’s snow and ice cover over the past 30 years have exacerbated global warming more than models predict they should have, on average, new research from the University of Michigan shows.

University of Michigan News Service | Shrinking snow and ice cover intensify global warming

This exacerbated warming can be plainly seen in the temperature graphs.

Wood for Trees: Interactive Graphs

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8 Responses to Eurasian Autumn Snow Extent Highest In The Last Three Decades

  1. kim2ooo says:

    Reblogged this on Climate Ponderings and commented:
    Add your thoughts here… (optional)

  2. Russ says:

    Reblogged this on The Next Grand Minimum and commented:
    The Next Grand Minimum cooling crept slowly down and then accelerated. This snow fall record could be a sign of the slow creep toward a cooler world.

  3. Andy DC says:

    That thing from the past just keeping coming and coming. Totally consistent with a warming planet (sarc).

  4. PuterMan says:

    Reblogged this on Grandfather David and commented:
    Am I surprised? No not at all. The Global Climate Warming Change Disaster scientists not only have extremely short memories but also very short pockets that need filling with lucre. As the saying goes “Don’t bite the hand that feeds you.”

  5. PuterMan says:

    I am wondering also if you or anyone has an explanation for the fact that 1880 is getting colder each year?

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