Four Years Since The New York Times Announced The End Of Snow

The End of Snow? – The New York Times

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5 Responses to Four Years Since The New York Times Announced The End Of Snow

  1. Andy DC says:

    You take any of the big Northeast cities from Washington to Boston and they have recently had by far more huge snowstorms than during any other comparable time in history, at least going back to Colonial days. For example, between 1900 and 1978, DC had only one snowstorm over 15″. Between 1979 and present, DC has had 7 storms over 15″.

    Baltimore, Philadelphia, NYC and Boston have all received a large number of record or near record snowfalls during recent years.

    But of course the alarmists also try to make you believe that record snowfall in tropical places like Brownsville or Corpus Christi is a result of global warming. In addition to droughtflood and warmcold, you also have warmsnow as well. Only a highly trained climate scientist can tell the difference between warmsnow and regular snow. They certainly have an answer for everything.

  2. John F. Hultquist says:

    About 5 pm Thursday, in NYC”s Central Park, it is 18°F — and headed lower.
    Alert the NY times.

    • Gail Combs says:

      We are supposed be getting 18°F or lower followed by snow within the next week to ten days. UGH!

      I mover to BELOW the snow line so I would not have to shovel and now the darn snow is following me!

  3. Psalmon says:

    Fichtelberg ski area (which was the front cover picture of that NYT) is covered in snow and snow covers the foothills over the horizon.

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