The IPCC predicted a reduction in late autumn snow.
For the Arctic Climate Impact Assessment (ACIA) model mean, at the end of the 21st century the projected reduction in the annual mean NH snow cover is 13% under the B2 scenario (ACIA, 2004). The individual model projections range from reductions of 9 to 17%. The actual reductions are greatest in spring and late autumn/early winter, indicating a shortened snow cover season (ACIA, 2004).
November snow cover has been steadily increasing for 40 years, with all of the last seven years above the mean. This is caused by Arctic air pushing further and further south.
We had nine snow days last month in Boulder, topped only by 1991 after the eruption of Mt. Pinatubo. November snow occurs about twice as often as it did 100 years ago.
The world’s best climate scientists are clueless buffoons who rely on incompetent interpretations of output from worthless software. COP 21 is based largely on the garbage these morons generate.