Long Term Trend In Climate Science In Rapid Decline

Climate experts, like fraudster John Cook and the EPA say that North American snow cover is in rapid decline, particularly in the spring.

Actual data shows that they are lying. Since CO2 hit 350 PPM in 1988, there has been a large increase in April 1 snow cover in North America.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab        Spreadsheet

Globally, snow cover has also increased over the past 30 years – with recent years generally above the long term mean.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

As with everything else in climate science, the only thing you can count on is that experts are dishonest and incompetent.

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29 Responses to Long Term Trend In Climate Science In Rapid Decline

  1. AndyG55 says:

    Interesting,

    Something seems to have happened around 1985 that caused a large drop, then its slowly increasing until now.

    Any ideas what might have caused the drop?

  2. esalil says:

    Before that drop climate was cooling after that warming. Warm climate, more evaporation, more precipitation, more snow .

  3. feathers says:

    A bit off topic but just for fun, enter the following in Google: list of failed predictions of ice free arctic

    Now, do the exact same search in DuckDuckGo…scary stuff!

    • Disillusioned says:

      feathers,
      I have noticed that before. That is blatant. Anyone who doesn’t think Screwgle isn’t manipulating search results is blind.
      Disillusionment is good.

    • NavarreAggie says:

      Wow. A real eye-opener. That sealed it for me to use DDG.

      • feathers says:

        Think about what just happened – the search was clearly for a “list” of “failed” predictions of ice free arctic. Google serves up articles about how the arctic will soon be ice free. Can’t get more dishonest and NOT at all what the user is searching for. DDG provides the intuitive results – nothing more or less. I can also provide countless examples in public health (vaccine effectiveness, adverse reactions to vaccines), this need to be brought to light each day by Republicans until the public gets it. But Republicans do not know how to fight (or at least RINOS don’t)!

    • John F. Hultquist says:

      I do use Google Earth and gmail.

      Search: 99% DuckDuck

      I do use Google Earth and gmail.
      Still I believe Google is evil.

      Search is 99% DuckDuckGo and 1% Bing that sometimes pops up on Win10.

      So, just “Duck It” !

    • Disillusioned says:

      Ha! I just now caught the inadvertent double negative. Might as well make it a triple, and fix it …

      ‘Anyone who doesn’t think Screwgle isn’t manipulating search results isn’t blind.’

      ;-P

  4. Andy DC says:

    Every idiot knows that increasing, decreasing and non-trending snow cover all result from catastrophic man-made global warming and the unwillingness of Trump supporters to embrace world communism.

  5. esalil says:

    Gator: where I live there is winter. It might be few degrees warmer but still cold enough to support snowing. Less ice on the sea more evaporation, more snowing. I guess this is called a lake effect in U.S.

    • John F. Hultquist says:

      The Buffalo, New York office of the US National Weather Service developed computer code (Bufkit) to help understand and predict “Lake Effect Snow.” The interest area is the north shore lakes of the US (aka the south shore lakes of Canada) (aka The Great Lakes).
      Link: https://www.weather.gov/rah/bufkit

      • John F. Hultquist says:

        I will add, that almost all of the atmosphere H2O comes from the World’s Oceans south of the Arctic region. Here I am including water such as the Gulf of Mexico and the Mediterranean Sea where (in the Med) evaporation greatly exceeds precipitation and river runoff.

    • AndyG55 says:

      “It might be few degrees warmer”

      But its NOT a few degrees warmer

      Its a few degrees COLDER!

    • Louis Hooffstetter says:

      “Less ice on the sea more evaporation, more snowing.”
      Sounds logical. Except for the fact that sea ice is well above average this year.
      Please pay attention and try to keep up.

  6. Gator says:

    Esalil, the topic of this post was not lake effect snows. The topic was increased snow cover, and that happens when more area is below freezing.

    Please do try and stay on topic.

  7. Bob Hoye says:

    Since August I’ve been following a chart of NA snow cover published by a department within Environment Canada. It was usually updated every other day. Along with the one on NH.
    The NA one has not been updated since April 10. I wonder why?
    Hope the link works:
    http://www.ccin.ca/home/sites/default/files/snow/snow_tracker/na_sce.png

  8. esalil says:

    Gator: more area below freezing can be also in warmer global average temperature anomalies.

  9. John F. Hultquist says:

    Via Scott Sistek of KOMO News – Seattle;
    “Mt. Baker ski resort finishes season with 70 feet of snow”

    70 feet of snow

  10. Steven Fraser says:

    Some of the snow cover yesterday, the Tetons viewed over frozen Jackson Lake, at the dam.

    The prior day, 4-6 new in inches fell as we drove in the North Entrance to Yellowstone, and while viewing the eruption of Old Faithful.

  11. esalil says:

    Gator: once more without dicks and pussies: this winter for instance in Greenland January and February warmer than average, more snow than average.

    • pmc47025 says:

      esalil, I’m not Gator, and I may violate your no-dicks clause, but I’ll respond.

      Did the brutal Jan/Feb Greenland heat wave and associated snow significantly change Greenland snow cover? Why or why not?

      “Experts” predicted decreasing snow COVER (due to increased CO2), which has not happened, prompting “experts” to predict increasing snow FALL (due to increased CO2). Every observed and/or imagined change in weather is presented by “experts” as unprecedented, catastrophic, and our fault, when evidence shows the changes are slight, possibly beneficial, and well within natural variability.

    • Gator says:

      Ms Esalil, the topic is increased snow cover. Why do you keep changing the subject?

      And if you do not understand the allegory about my kin, nobody can help you.

  12. esalil says:

    Gator: it·s hard to believe that your imagination is not enough to tell that when it·s snowing heavily in cold climate zone the area covered will be larger than with less snowing provided that the temperature is mostly below freezing. And I can tell that in my country it is snowing more heavily when winter is milder . How does this statement change the topic?

    Myös imagination cannot tell why you are speaking about your dick when I am speaking about snow cover.

    • Gator says:

      Still stupid Esalil?

      The subject was area coverage of North America. That’s a big area, and not just a region. In order to increase area snowfall over such a large area, more of that area needs to be colder.

      I know you are a childish twit who will never admit he is wrong, but your posts are simply stripping away any shred of credibility that anyone may have graciously afforded you in the past.

      The fact that you did not understand my allegory simply reinforces your status as an ignoramus.

      Keep digging dumbass.

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