Skiing On The Thing Of The Past


I had an incredible morning skiing here in Boulder, where temperatures were just above 0F and snow is a thing of the past. February snow has been skyrocketing in a hockey stick over the past decade.

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And February temperatures have been declining for 60 years.

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Facts play no role in climate science. It is all about professors bringing in grant money by parroting the correct lies. Screenshot 2016-02-03 at 11.22.33 AM

Study: Climate change may force skiers uphill | Aspen Daily News Online


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11 Responses to Skiing On The Thing Of The Past

  1. inMAGICn says:

    According to your charts, even in 2008 there was no cause for any alarms. Weird. (Or to be expected?)

  2. Pathway says:

    The top of the Grand Mesa in western Colorado has 300 inches which is the usual snow total for the year and we have three months of snowfall to go.

  3. gator69 says:

    You did an amazing job of colorizing that old tintype.

  4. Congratulations for being able to ski. Folks with weak knees envy you!

  5. Andy DC says:

    Every idiot know that warming causes more snow, but how can that be if it has been colder? My mind is boggled, you must not be making the proper adjustments.

  6. Richard Keen says:

    Colorado Ski Country participated in the 2008 study.
    I talked to these folks in 2012, and pointed out that it’s all AMO, PDO, and el Nino hereabouts, and that over the past century or more, overall temperature, precipitation, and snowpack have changed very little.
    Wonder if they believed me? I did show data.

  7. JPinBalt says:

    Yea, the IPCC reports also said that ski resorts would close with less than a fraction of a degree temp rise causing economic damage and lost jobs scraping for anything they could find to add up, part of the complete utter BS economic assessment, they also omitted the benefit of higher crop yields, IPCC is good at snow jobs, global warming causes less snow, then global warming causes more snow, then climate change replaces global warming so they can claim anything, it is all pure politics, not science.

  8. RAH says:

    “I had an incredible morning skiing here in Boulder”

    Lucky dog!! Your playing on the snow and me and my team partner were fighting it. Amazing how some heavy winds and 8-10″ of that white stuff can turn so many peoples lives upside down.

    • Richard Keen says:

      Lucky dog indeed… my little Eskie, 18 inches tall to the top of the ears, had a ball in the 27 inches of snow here in Coal Creek Canyon (10 miles SW of Boulder and a mile higher). He looked like a snow dolphin, leaping through the snow with great porpoise.
      What’s the poor guy going to do when our 200 annual inches of snow disappears down to 1999 with the cooling climate (down 1 degree since GW became president)?
      After all, colder air “holds” less moisture, so Kevin T says our snow has decreased 4 percent since 2001.
      I’m about 5 miles behind that snow covered double-top peak at the left in Steve’s photo.

      • Richard Keen says:

        … disappears down to 199 inches …
        I hate it when spell check automatically adjusts my data. Or is the “algorithm working as expected”?

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