A Shocking View Of Declining Spring Snow Cover

ScreenHunter_81 Apr. 23 09.07

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

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6 Responses to A Shocking View Of Declining Spring Snow Cover

  1. Andy DC says:

    Duluth, MN is now over 50″ for April snowfall, close to 20″ over their old monthly record. Incredible. Of course, the alarmists will claim this is just another example of extreme weather. I suppose the Ice Age was due to global warming as well, caused by mastodon farts and Fred Flinstone’s evil SUV. Sorry guys, extreme cold and snow does not prove global warming.

  2. phodges says:

    What about the Cascades?

    Just checked…Alpental at Snoqualmie pass has 192″ base, which I suspect would be a positive anomaly.

  3. Bruce says:

    Ah but Kyrgyzstan is really suffering from global warming. See it really is worse than we thought, you Americans will be next, mark my words.

    Can I bank WWF cheques in Kyrgyzstan in dollars or do I have to convert them to som first?

  4. Thrasher says:

    Duluth’s snow this April is not only an April record, it set a new all time record for snow in ANY month. The new snowiest month on record there is April 2013.

    Clearly the extreme cold and snow there was due to rising global temperatures which stopped rising over 10 years ago.

  5. ima says:

    That snow patch has been with us for over a week. Am curious if its albedo effect will affect temperatures any in the near future. Probably not significant enough to show up on the charts and graphs…..

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