The End Of Snow

Five years after the end of snow in New York, and 13 years into their endless summer, New York is again buried in snow.

Weather News | Weather Underground

The End of Snow? – The New York Times

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

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3 Responses to The End Of Snow

  1. Samuel Prentice says:

    All of this extreme global warming in Connecticut is making it very difficult for me to enjoy winter. Thankfully, my driveway was plowed out early enough for me to get out and enjoy all of the warming.

  2. John F. Hultquist says:

    The weather has left the alarmists in a tizzy.
    Thus, the term “global weirding” and a few others like it.
    I found this one from a few years ago (never heard of the site before just now).
    robertscribbler dot com/tag/weather-weirding/

    With “weirding” they can never be wrong.

  3. Peter Carroll says:

    The latest term I heard, to describe ANY, abnormal weather event, (not just the extreme ones), was “Climate Disruption”.
    This eliminates any reference to global warming, hence climate change, and simply lays the blame for ALL things, on Anthropogenic CO2 emissions. Like “weirding”, it covers all possibilities.
    “Climate Disruption”, I think, is a grammatically better description than “weirding”.
    A word that doesn’t appear in my dictionary and comes up as an error on spell check.

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