Overheated California

“Officially the snowiest Oct-Feb period since 1970 as recorded by the Central Sierra Snow Lab near Donner Summit, and likely the highest since 1952. It’s also the coldest winter recorded so far for Tahoe City since 1952”

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6 Responses to Overheated California

  1. Lance says:

    “children just won’t know what a warm dry winter will look like….”

  2. Kevin M says:

    Ugh, just moved to Arizona for the warm winter.

  3. conrad ziefle says:

    This is a very important post that needs to be rerun on the front page in every California newspaper. Really interesting to me is that the West Coast had its hottest late August and early September in 1952- until this year, when some of us set new heat records. So 70 years ago, with roughly 3/4ths the CO2, we had a near identical pattern, hot summer- colder than normal winter. Seems very cyclical, and consistent with the actual measured temperatures, whose mean appears to be flat or have a slightly negative slope over the last 140 years.
    So where are all the Pulitzer Prize winning, alert, ever questioning, ever digging journalists? They seem to be dull, lethargic, and dim-witted.

  4. GWS says:

    That graph really shows how wavy and fluid the yearly snowfalls vary, yet with no trend at all, which must set the alarmists hair on fire.

  5. Dan says:

    Not to worry, in a few months the liberals will proclaim that ‘2023 was the hottest year ever.’

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