Colorado Snowpack Approaching Record Levels


We are expecting another foot of snow tomorrow.


This comes eleven years after experts predicted the end of skiing in Colorado.

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

Sadly, we will never know if his forecast is correct in 14 years, because the world is going to end in 12 years.

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19 Responses to Colorado Snowpack Approaching Record Levels

  1. Denis Rushworth says:

    “Sadly, we will never know if his forecast is correct in 14 years, because the world is going to end in 12 years.”

    Even more sadly, it’s only 11 years 7 months till the end, counting from November 2018 when first mention of the Green New Deal was made.


  2. TomRude says:

    Now one CBC pundit simply lies.
    Take Neil Macdonald latest column, yes a second coming after his first one, ready made the day the climate report leaked… Hum, hum, coincidence?
    Now Neil claims:
    “The government’s new climate change report, which states that temperatures are rising twice as fast in Canada as the rest of the world, and up to three times faster in the North, made moderate news for about a day last week, and immediately disappeared from news agendas.”
    Moderate news???? Disappeared from news agendas???? Not on the public broadcaster CBC’s website where countless alarmist articles referring one way or another to the climate report have spouted in the past week. Here is a non-exhaustive list:
    Canada warming at twice the global rate leaked report finds CBC News · Posted: Apr 01, 2019 3:17 PM ET
    According to a new report, Canada’s climate is warming at roughly twice the rate of the rest of the world
    Neil Macdonald · CBC News · Posted: Apr 01, 2019 3:00 PM ET
    Landslides on Arctic island have increased 6000percent since 1984, study finds
    Avery Zingel · CBC News · Posted: Apr 02, 2019 9:00 AM CT
    What you need to know about the new climate change report
    Nicole Mortillaro · CBC News · Posted: Apr 03, 2019 4:00 AM ET
    A voter’s guide to climate change and the federal election
    CBC News · Posted: Apr 03, 2019 10:40 PM PT
    Is it possible to stop a hurricane why Canada gets warmer?
    CBC News · Posted: Apr 05, 2019 4:00 AM ET
    Canada is getting warmer faster than the rest of the world. Why is that?
    CBC News · Posted: Apr 05, 2019 4:00 AM ET
    Scientists plan to freeze ship in Arctic ice to understand melt
    Bob McDonald · CBC Radio · Posted: Apr 05, 2019 3:01 PM ET
    Why the future of the planet and the Trudeau government depends on the price of gas
    Aaron Wherry · CBC News · Posted: Apr 07, 2019 4:00 AM ET |
    This is a wake up call swift action needed on rising seas, experts say
    Michael Tutton · The Canadian Press · Posted: Apr 07, 2019 8:59 AM AT
    Individual action matters’: climate communicators need to give useful advice, researcher says
    Laura Sciarpelletti · CBC News · Posted: Apr 07, 2019 6:00 AM PT
    Future Arctic wont look like the Arctic we know now, says report
    Walter Strong · CBC News · Posted: Apr 08, 2019 2:00 AM CT
    Global warming is shrinking glaciers faster than thought
    One of the places the earth’s glaciers are melting the fastest is in Western Canada
    The Associated Press · Posted: Apr 08, 2019 3:12 PM ET
    and so on…
    If that’s moderate coverage and disappearing quickly form the news agenda, then who needs taxpayer financed green propaganda!

  3. Cornelius says:

    And as usual, with absolutely no clue as to whether temperatures will increase or decrease, or by how much, they present us with a magical accuracy to the tenth of a degree for temperatures 92 years in the future.

    Only in the imaginary world of global warming and collectivist propaganda.

  4. DCA says:

    A serious question, Tony:

    Eventually – someday – when they can no longer pretend/fake/etc. and all of this CAGW stuff comes crashing down, the finger pointing will start. Who will be left holding the bag?

    The climate science community will say that they relied upon data provided by NASA and NOAA. Media will claim that they just reported what other “experts” said.

    Will it all be dumped on Al Gore?

    • Petit_Barde says:

      Al Gore will play the donkey as any other involved politician : he will blame scientists.

      All this scam is devastating not only for the climate “science”, but for all the other scientific fields.

      May be I’m too optimistic, but I hope that once exposed, this global fraud disaster will force people to be skeptical and how to distinguish actual science from scams and propaganda.

    • Anon says:

      Some Interesting ClimateGate E-Mail Comments

      In another e-mail, Thorne stated: “I also think the science is being manipulated to put a political spin on it which for all our sakes might not be too clever in the long run.”

      Another scientist worries: “…clearly, some tuning or very good luck [is] involved. I doubt the modeling world will be able to get away with this much longer.”

      One researcher foresaw some very troubling consequences: “What if climate change appears to be just mainly a multi-decadal natural fluctuation? They’ll kill us probably…”

  5. Brian D says:

    April Blizzard for the Upper Midwest. Heavy wet snow with winds forecast to be 50+ off Lake Superior, and down in the plains of MN. Spring is trying, but not hard enough. Globull Warming at its finest LOL!

    • Weylan McAnally says:

      I know someone who lives in Brainerd, MN. She had lived in TX her whole life, but her Army husband was transferred there as a recruiter. She is hating it.

  6. John F. Hultquist says:

    Even more sadly is when a ski resort has to close because of too much snow.

  7. Rah says:

    Saw an RV in a park today at the Imperial Dunes off I-8 flying a Canadian flag. Obviously down here to escape global warming.

    Woke up in the sleeper to a bang. Blown trailer tire. Sitting in a truck stop off I-10 in Lordsburg, NM waiting to get it replaced. I’ll take over driving from here and get us close to Da Antonio. We’ve put about 3,900 mi behind us with at least a other 1,900 to go.

  8. Rah says:

    The place we picked up San Diego was within a block of the border. So close that my company phone thought I was in Mexico.

  9. Psalmon says:

    Hottest April on Record…

  10. Psalmon says:

    After months of forecasting 2019 inflows would be among the lowest on record (despite record snows in the Upper Colorado Basin)…The USBR has finally updated for Apr 1 the Lake Powell inflows.
    USBR predicts 2019 will likely equal 2017 which was an above average year…and could possibly reach nearly 2011.
    There is considerable uncertainty in the Apr-July runoff period because it often matters more how LATE the snowpack endures, not HOW MUCH exists at peak. High water equivalents early soak in to unfrozen ground if temperatures warm early.
    1983 which was one of the highest recorded years had average snowpack until cold May storms piled up snow that melted quickly in June.
    Forecasts currently have snow and cold persisting for another couple weeks, so we will yet see if it is a dribble or a torrent.

  11. Rah says:

    It was 93 deg. F in West Texas on I-10 today. We have delivered the Toyota load in San Antonio and are homeward bound. 1,209 mi to go. This team run has been a blast from the past for me. Doing this kind of thing is how I got through all of the lower 48 in my first 10 months driving a big truck.

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