Nine Years Since The Met Office Announced The End Of Scottish Skiing

Nine years ago, the chief government advisor with the Met office announced the demise of Scottish skiing, at a time when Scotland was enjoying “exceptional ski conditions.”

Scottish ski industry could disappear due to global warming, warns Met Office – Telegraph

Nine years later here is the same ski resort, still enjoying exceptional conditions.

Nevis Range Webcams | OnTheSnow

What Alex Hill meant to say was skiing would be shut down because of too much snow.

Scottish Ski resort closed – there’s too much snow

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4 Responses to Nine Years Since The Met Office Announced The End Of Scottish Skiing

  1. RAH says:

    Ha! And Al Gore must have been there shortly after that because in 2010 the resort at Cairngorm Mountain in northeast Scotland had too much snow and had to shut down the lifts.

    You really couldn’t make this stuff up!

  2. Advocatus Diaboli says:

    Tony, you can fix the typo in the headline (“Skking”) and then delete this comment.

    Unless that’s Scottish English for skiing… :-)

  3. GW Smith says:

    I liked when he said, “… and there was no reason for the decline to stop.”
    The left thinks in straight lines, on or off, good or bad, rigid, static, unbending — everything the opposite of Nature’s way.

  4. Traveler says:

    Lots of snow in southeast Greenland on the 18th. This photo was taken in the morning about 62 degrees North latitude and 43 degrees West longitude

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