Shock News : Snowy Winters Are Cold Winters

The graph below plots annual snowfall vs December to April temperature, for all HCN stations which have been continuously active since at least 1920.

The coldest winters average twice as much snowfall as the warmest winters.

ScreenHunter_77 Feb. 06 00.32


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5 Responses to Shock News : Snowy Winters Are Cold Winters

  1. Eric Simpson says:

    Now that’s more like it! White out.

  2. corio37 says:

    Ah, but this is a _different kind_ of snow!

    • Andy OZ says:

      That’s right. The northern hemisphere has been getting hot snow since 1979. And it attracts GHG producing worms too! /sarc
      Double whammy!

  3. Ben says:


    If you have time, would you extend the left side of the x-axis to 30-31 degrees F, as in the previous graph?

  4. HL Mencken says:

    Re: Ben’s comment
    There may be insufficient data below 35 deg F to plot. A Dec-Apr winter with an
    average temperature of 35 deg that encompasses the entire 48 contiguous states
    would indeed be a cold one.
    HL Mencken

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