Kevin Trenberth says that the missing heat travesty has been resolved by sneaky heat diving to the bottom of the sea. Gaia apparently is not amused by Trenberth’s bullshit, and has sent all-time May record cold to his house.
After a foot of snowfall Wednesday and record-low temperatures this morning, Boulder should see the return of sunny skies until the weekend, according to the National Weather Service.
Boulder saw a total of 12.1 inches of snow for the May 1 snowstorm according to local meteorologist Matt Kelsch. The total nearly doubled the previous May 1 record of 6.2 inches and has Boulder way ahead of the average snowfall for the month of May, which is only an inch. Weather spotters reported 14.5 inches in both Ward and Nederland Monday night.
Kelsch also said this morning’s low of 17 was the coldest temperature ever recorded in May, breaking the previous record of 20 set on May 3, 1907.
h/t to Tom Nelson