Hottest Year Ever Update

Tomorrow is the first full day of summer, and we are expecting heavy snow just west of Boulder.

Ventusky – Wind, Rain and Temperature Maps

The forecast maximum tomorrow is 60F in Boulder, which would break the previous cold record by four degrees.

For me, it is a continuation of the record hot weather I experienced on the first day of the year.

Experts tell us snow is a thing of the past, skiing is doomed, and that we now live in an endless summer.

Snowfalls are now just a thing of the past – Environment – The Independent

With Warmer Weather, Different Decisions to Make – New York Times

Of 21 Winter Olympic Cities, Many May Soon Be Too Warm to Host the Games – The New York Times

The End of Snow? – The New York Times

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9 Responses to Hottest Year Ever Update

  1. R Shearer says:

    A-Basin ski area is still open this weekend and is deciding whether to open on July 4 depending on conditions. New snow and cooler temps should help. In any case, the demise of skiing in Colorado is premature.

  2. Psalmon says:

    Colorado wonders when will snow end?

    This on longest day of year..

  3. DCA says:

    Just heard from relatives in Wyoming that Brooklyn Lake Campground and Lewis Lake Campground in the Snowy range won’t open until Mid July because there’s still 4 feet (yes FEET not inches) of snow in both campgrounds.

  4. shempus says:

    Is that a merlin in that pic?

  5. James McCulley says:

    Lake Placid had 2 of those Olympics it snowed here June 3rd.

  6. Joel says:

    It snowed in Montana today. It snowed in Wyoming today. It snowed in Colorado today. Webcams showed snow falling in Steamboat Springs. The forecast calls for up to a foot snow on Lynx Pass (just south and east of Steamboat) tonight into tomorrow.

    The snow does disappear. Unfortunately for climate-change alarmists, it keeps coming back.

  7. annieoakley says:

    Mt. Sopris, in Carbondale CO, has snow well down into the timberline which starts around 10,500 ft.

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