Remembering The Thing Of The Past

Midsummer snow in Australia last night. A reminder that snow is disappearing from our lives – as Dr. David Viner so eloquently stated in 2000.

The first Sahara snowfalls since 1979 serve as a stark reminder of how life used to be at lower CO2 levels.

Snow in the Sahara – in pictures | World news | The Guardian

January snow cover has been above normal for nine of the last ten years, due to Arctic air encroaching further south than it used to.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

For the whole year, snow cover bottomed out 30 years ago, and in recent years has been very close to the 50 year mean.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

Declining snow cover, like all other government claims about imaginary climate change, is nothing but fake news.

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18 Responses to Remembering The Thing Of The Past

  1. John Niclasen says:

    Much of Australia just had a heatwave with high temperatures, but weather changes … all the time.

    Mount Hotham sees its first snowfall for the year
    http://www.mthotham.com.au/all-about-hotham/latest-news/MTH_News_20-February-17_25555.asp

    “I would imagine that we will have a decent snowfall around about Easter as we normally do, but this is a month early on the Easter and Anzac Day of the March and April snowfall, which normally is the first fall for the year.”

  2. Griff says:

    Here’s an excellent article showing how predictions of arctic sea ice decline from 1979 has been confirmed by actual observations:

    https://insideclimatenews.org/news/16022017/arctic-sea-ice-extent-nasa-global-warming-climate-change

  3. Latitude says:

    The first Sahara snowfalls since 1979……..

    I’m just surprised it doesn’t snow more often.
    …that’s like Georgia

    • Jason Calley says:

      Just remember that if it snows more, that was predicted and is consistent with CAGW. If it snows less, that was predicted and is consistent with CAGW. If it snows less one year and more the next — yup, you guessed! — that was predicted and is consistent with CAGW as well!

  4. Spencer Wilde says:

    The whole problem is not enough climate scientists and not enough money.

    We must have faith and believe that IPCC, whose predictions are above criticism, will come up with evidence of whatever they wish to demonstrate.

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