Third Latest Spring Snow In Boulder

Lilacs in full bloom in Boulder – May 21, 2019.

Today’s snow is the third latest on record here in Boulder – behind 1951 (June 2) and 1947 (May 30.)  Over the past 40 years, the last snow has trended nearly a month later.


In 2008, local climate experts predicted shorter ski seasons, due to “carbon emissions.”

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2 Responses to Third Latest Spring Snow In Boulder

  1. R Shearer says:

    The lilacs were beautiful just the other day. They’re probably done now. I lost one tree branch, hopefully the snow on the trees will melt quickly and not cause more damage.

  2. mddwave says:

    It seems that the values of last snowfalls, earliest snow fall, last frost, earliest frost, first planting, earliest river freezing, last river freezing, etc at several key locations around the world would be better indicators of climate change. The Boulder chart clearly shows the 1930 warning period that you have presented that has disappeared with the government “adjustments” on average global temperature.

    The government global temperature trends should be confirmed by as many independent sources over extended time rather than adjusted data for the last 40 years search as article sea ice.

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