New Video : Snow Doesn’t Lie – But Climate Scientists Do

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10 Responses to New Video : Snow Doesn’t Lie – But Climate Scientists Do

  1. GW Smith says:

    Another great video, Tony! Keep it up! Your efforts go a long way towards exposing the lies of the diabolical left, without which our world would descend into Maoist/Stalinist dark ages. If the world was devoid of truth and steeped in ignorance the left would have everything they wished for, thus allowing them to rule unfettered and the masses to wallow in servitude and despair.

  2. Lance says:

    I have recorded temps/precip for Environment Canada now for 30 years. Recently, a friend of mine indicated that there is a lot less snow nowadays then he recalled….sorry, I blew that out the window when I showed him our ‘winter’ months of snow fall have been increasing. Yes, some winters are dry and some more, but the trend is up (and by a lot).

    • ЯΞ√ΩLUT↑☼N says:

      People have short memories if not completely wrong ones, which is why bad fashion always returns with each new generation.

  3. Al Shelton says:

    Excellent Tony

  4. feathers says:

    Tony – you had some great zingers in there “The disconnect between climate science and reality is as wide as the Grand Canyon”. That was brilliant!

  5. Psalmon says:

    At the end of January the news was grim, and the Feds told water managers…” expect below-average runoff this year, despite encouraging snowfall this winter.”

    The current runoff into Lake Powell is forecast to be 144% of normal as of May 29 (chart), 10.3 Million Acre Feet from April-July compared to average 7.2 MAF.

    2019 would equal the 1980 runoff roughly or about 12th all time in 55 years. With some luck which involves how fast Summer heat comes on now. The weather pattern is forecast to flip warm for the West after June 3, so a nice flood may be on.

    Keep the original outlook in mind when these FLOODS pour down out of the Rockies.

    • Psalmon says:

      Colorado River snowpack has reached 424% of normal on May 30. 2019 should be about the 10th highest runoff of the last 55 years.

      The 2011 snow year (4th highest of 55 years) reached 14.5 inches on May 31, late in the season just like this year with persistent cold and frequent snow thru May. 2011 Apr Jul runoff was about 12.5 MAF…ratio would put 2019 closer to 11 MAF.

      What is interesting is that the snowpack was above average every day after January 18…yet the predictions of doom were loud and frequent and the models showed below average runoff thru February.

  6. EternalOptimist says:

    Mann recently said that the climate debate has some ‘bad actors’
    he wasn’t far wrong

  7. ThadK says:

    Great Video Tony! Keep up the GREAT work.

    Thad from Denver

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