More Spectacular Climate Fraud From Climate Central

Climate Central says North American snow cover is on the decline, and it is due in part to winter precipitation falling as rain rather than snow. They say their data comes from Rutgers University.

Snow Cover on the Decline in North America | Climate Central

The actual data from Rutgers University shows 50 years of increasing winter snow extent. Climate Central is simply making things up – like they normally do.

 

NorAm Winter

Same story with Autumn snow cover. Last year had the highest extent on record.

NorAm Fall

The only season which has a downwards trend is spring, but six of the last nine springs have had above average extent.

NorAm Spring

The complete data set from Reuters shows that snow extent has been increasing since CO2 hit 350 PPM in 1988, and has been continuously above average for the past few years.

Snow Anomalies

The Rutgers data for North America shows no trend since 1973, the date which Climate Central used for their trend.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

Last ski season produced record skiing in the US and Europe

Record Winter Snow Extends Epic Ski Season Into Spring – And Summer

Arizona had their snowiest day on record earlier this year.

State of Emergency in Flagstaff after snowiest day on record | 12news.com

A look back at Colorado’s record-breaking ski season | Colorado Springs News | gazette.com

Record snowfall lures 59m skiers to US resorts in bumper season

California’s prolific winter has ski resorts poised to remain open into summer Still less than halfway through the season, some California ski resorts already surpassed their average seasonal snowfall. | AccuWeather

Arizona had their longest ski season on record.

It’s gonna be May. – Arizona Snowbowl

2017 also brought record skiing to California.

I took these pictures on the first day of summer this year west of Boulder.

 

We had record snow in October, after a very short summer.

4 feet of snow sets record at Breckenridge Ski Resort | OutThere Colorado

Yesterday may have been the snowiest day on record in Boulder. It might be days before I can get to the store. Cycling looks hopeless for the indefinite future.

After their longest ski season on record, Arizona is having record early season skiing.

This is what New Mexico and Arizona looked like around New Years Day this year.

County, lab, others closed Wednesday for storm dig out | LAMonitor.com

I spent last spring in record snow in Philadelphia, and took this picture at the end of March, 2018.

Climate scientists predicted the exact opposite of what has happened, and having gotten it wrong, they simply lie about the present.

13 Dec 1995, Page 13 – The Times at Newspapers.com

18 Sep 1999, Page 3 – The Times Herald at Newspapers.com

03 Dec 2003, 1 – Nanaimo Daily News at Newspapers.com

17 Feb 2006, Page A21 – The Philadelphia Inquirer at Newspapers.com

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

Climate change scenarios for the California region | SpringerLink

The skill and integrity of climate scientists is abysmal. But to finish on a more positive note – I saw a lot of amazing sights in the Sonoran Desert on New Years Day.

 

  

 

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6 Responses to More Spectacular Climate Fraud From Climate Central

  1. Gamecock says:

    ‘I spent last spring in record snow in Philadelphia, and took this picture at the end of March, 2018.’

    An Obama sign in 2018?

  2. Scott M says:

    Climate refugees fleeing on skies….

  3. Russell Williams says:

    You should read notalotofpeopleknowthat.wordpress.com/2015/01/30/higher-snowfalls-due-to-change-in-measurement-not-global-warming/

  4. Steven Fraser says:

    And, for those that care about such things, Surface Mass Balance on Greenland is running just a little above average this year.

    polarportal.dk/fileadmin/polarportal/surface/SMB_curves_LA_EN_20191126.png

  5. rah says:

    BTW a bit early Happy Thanksgiving to you all, just in case I happen to be called out to run before tomorrow.

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