We keep hearing from experts that skiing is doomed from global warming. Here in Colorado, the evidence shows that these experts are completely incompetent.
Our snowfall is increasing.
It snows more frequently now
Our summers are getting shorter
The total snowfall per storm hasn’t changed.
“Congrats on the drudge link.. Very, very nice blog, glad to find it.
Sorry, the snow is settled – unlike the science…
Schoolboy error here, Mr Goddard.You’ve blatantly cherry-picked your start dates, which should be 1979, of course!
But that’s where you are. It’s getting warmer and less snowier everywhere else. The experts have said that people are going to make the error of assuming that their local (cold) climate is representative of the global (warming) climate. The experts have assured us that on the individual level people will tend to find the climate colder, but we are all frying on the global level. Like in the South Pacific, assuming there aren’t any significant people there, it’s hotter than hell there. And the Arctic. It’s blistering hot in the Arctic. Don’t pay any attention to the record rates of ice growth this year because it’s boiling up there in the Arctic. And that hot air from the Arctic is going to come down here and cause us all to fry, soon! CUT CO2 by 80% or more! Or we are doomed, D double o M and ee dee!
As long as the experts have given the word! Experts are oh so wonderful and correct all the time after all. (BLATANT SARCASM)
At first I thought you were joking. Now I see that you are just another troll giving out the same stupid rant. Using terms like blistering hot with respect to the Arctic is just plain stupid. I assume you are referring to the bright warm colors showing on global maps provided by our esteemed government here in the U.S. Try reading the scale beside those colors will you. Also, remember it is summertime in the South Pacific.
Chill out, Ernest. Read it again.
Less snowier? ‘Scuse me while I try and figger out if that does or can possibly make any sense……
OK, snowier, but not as snowier as expected?