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  • Will The Snowiest Decade Continue?

    11/16/2018 6:54:25 AM PST · by gattaca · 27 replies
    CBS Boston ^ | November 15, 2018 | Barry Burbank
    BOSTON (CBS) — Despite the snow blitz of 2015, many baby boomers still insist that, overall, we don’t get the harsh bitter cold and deep snowy winters like we did in the good ole days. Weather records prove that just isn’t the case and despite the ongoing claims that snows are becoming rare and hurting winter sports, this millennium has been a blessing to snow lovers and winter sports enthusiasts. Just as the Saffir-Simpson and Fujita Scales were devised to categorize hurricanes and tornadoes, the Northeast Snowfall Impact Scale (NESIS) was created by Paul Kocin and Louis Uccellini of the...
  • November Snow In Texas? Experts Warn Decreased Solar Activity Will Shatter All Global Climate Models

    11/15/2018 4:40:59 PM PST · by deandg99 · 78 replies
    DC Clothesline ^ | Michael Snyder
    Our sun has been behaving very strangely, and this unusual behavior is really starting to affect our weather patterns. There have been virtually no sunspots in 2018 as solar activity has dropped to alarmingly low levels. As a result, our atmosphere has been cooling and shrinking, and experts are warning that we are heading for a bitterly, bitterly cold winter. And even though the official start of winter is well over a month away, winter weather is already sweeping the nation. As you will see below, a giant winter storm is about to slam into the east coast, but what...
  • Why Some Scientists Say Global Warming Is Out and Global Cooling Is In

    10/23/2018 7:08:25 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 74 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 10/23/2018 | By Justin Haskins and H. Sterling Burnett
    In a world riddled with climate-change doomsday predictions, a small but growing number of scientists are saying the highly touted climate models predicting steadily increasing global temperature due to humans’ carbon-dioxide emissions are wrong and that Earth could soon face something even more dire: global cooling. One such climate scientist is Valentina Zharkova, an astrophysicist at Northumbria University in the United Kingdom. Zharkova and her team of researchers say that based on mathematical models of the Sun’s magnetic activity, it’s likely Earth will experience decreasing magnetic waves over a 33-year period beginning in 2021. Zharkova is not alone. In...
  • NASA Sees Climate Cooling Trend Thanks to Low Sun Activity

    10/16/2018 1:22:54 AM PDT · by 11th_VA · 34 replies
    The New American ^ | Oct 1, 2018 | James Murphy
    The climate alarmists just cant catch a break. NASA is reporting that the sun is entering one of the deepest Solar Minima of the Space Age; and Earths atmosphere is responding in kind. So, start pumping out that CO2, everyone. Were going to need all the greenhouse gases we can get. We see a cooling trend, said Martin Mlynczak of NASAs Langley Research Center. High above Earths surface, near the edge of space, our atmosphere is losing heat energy. If current trends continue, it could soon set a Space Age record for cold. The new data is coming from NASAs...
  • Heavy snow blankets Colorado, Wyoming in early season storm

    10/14/2018 7:00:57 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 41 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Oct. 14, 2018 5:09 PM EDT
    Colorado and Wyoming residents woke up Sunday to find that an early season snowstorm had blanketed their homes and roadways with up to a foot (30 centimeters) of snow and sent temperatures plunging overnight. The storm caused crashes, snarled traffic and temporarily closed some major highways due to icy conditions. The heaviest snow fell in an area stretching from Boulder, Colorado, through Wyoming to Montanas Beartooth Mountains. The National Weather Service reported snowfall measuring between 3 and 13 inches (8 to 33 centimeters) south of Sheridan, Wyoming, over the last 24 hours. About 3 inches (8 centimeters) of snow fell...
  • Summer snow blankets Pikes Peak summit Sunday morning ( Colorado )

    09/02/2018 8:07:48 AM PDT · by george76 · 20 replies
    Fresh snow blanketed the Pikes Peak summit overnight Sunday with snow showers expected to continue throughout the day. ... Scattered snow showers are forecast before 2 p.m., according to the National Weather Service. Scattered rain showers are then expected between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m., with scattered snow showers returning after 5 p.m.
  • Earth Set For a BIG FREEZE, Sun 'Totally Void' Of Sun Spots For Majority Of 2018

    08/31/2018 6:34:33 AM PDT · by ZeroToHero · 111 replies
    NN ^ | 08/30/18 | Paul Whitehead
    Scientists now believe the earth is in for a big freeze due to the sun being totally void of sunspots for more than half of 2018. The sun has been completely free of sunspots for a total of 133 days this year, scientists are reporting.
  • Schwarzenegger: Pruitt resignation is fantastic

    07/06/2018 12:57:07 PM PDT · by conservative98 · 56 replies
    Politico ^ | 07/05/2018 | CARLA MARINUCCI
    Its about time, he tweeted of Pruitts departure. He will go down in the history books as the worst EPA administrator weve ever had. This is a fantastic day that hes gone, but of course it doesnt mean that the problem is gone, said Schwarzenegger, who months ago called for Pruitts resignation from the Environmental Protection Agency. In an interview with POLITICO Thursday, Schwarzenegger warned that Andrew Wheeler, who will replace Pruitt as acting director, is the wrong guy to protect Americans health and environment. If you want to really do a good job with the environment, you dont have...
  • Summer Sea Ice Is Causing Havoc for Shipping in the Arctic

    07/03/2018 1:57:11 PM PDT · by Hojczyk · 29 replies
    Breitbart ^ | July 3, 2018 | James Delingpole
    Summer sea ice is causing havoc for shipping in the Arctic. This is the same Arctic sea ice that climate change experts predicted would have vanished by 2013. According to the Barents Observer: It is late June, but the winter has not abandoned the Gulf of Ob. The shallow bay, which houses two of Russias biggest Arctic out-shipment terminals for oil and gas, remains packed with fast ice. It has created a complicated situation, Rosatomflot says. The state company which manages the Russian nuclear-powered icebreakers, confirms that independent shipping in the area is paralysed and that LNG carriers and tankers...
  • Lower 48 States Just Had the Warmest May on Record

    06/06/2018 5:49:18 PM PDT · by EdnaMode · 84 replies
    The Weather Channel ^ | June 6, 2018 | Chris Dolce
    At a Glance: May 2018 was the hottest in 124 years of May records across the Lower 48. Eight states broke warmth records and no state was colder than average. Two states had their wettest Mays. May 2018 was the hottest of any May in 124 years of recording keeping for the continental United States, eclipsing the extreme heat of that month in the 1930s during the Dust Bowl era. The average temperature for the Lower 48 states last month was 65.41 degrees Fahrenheit, 5.21 degrees Fahrenheit above the 1901-2000 average, according to the state of the climate report released...
  • Snow in France and it's almost May? Mais oui, in Normandy!

    04/30/2018 6:43:26 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 32 replies
    TheLocal.fr ^ | 30 April 2018 14:43 CEST+02:00
    The weather in France has been very varied in recent weeks, but nobody could have expected snow on April 30th. Many residents of the northern French region of Normandy woke up on Monday to find a considerable layer of snowfall on their rooftops and cars. The mercury dropped to around zero in many parts of the historical region, with the departments of Eure and Seine-Maritime registering the lowest temperatures. In the city of Rouen, the wind chill made it feel like a frosty 5C in the early hours of the morning. It may have only been a couple of centimeters...
  • Some Major U.S. cities headed for coldest April in recorded history

    04/29/2018 7:02:33 AM PDT · by norwaypinesavage · 61 replies
    Watts up with That ^ | 4/27/2018 | Anthony Watts
    Some cities in the east are experiencing temperatures a full 10 to 15 degrees F colder than normal, says meteorologist Jaclyn Whittal. Those cities include Buffalo, Chicago and Detroit.
  • Blizzard conditions in parts of Nebraska leave several state highways impassable

    04/14/2018 1:42:55 PM PDT · by Libloather · 47 replies
    Omaha ^ | 4/14/18 | Mara Klecker
    A spring blizzard that brought heavy snow and whiteout conditions to much of western and central Nebraska has shifted to northeast Nebraska. And if you think the Omaha area has avoided the snow, just wait a little bit. It's still coming, but it shouldn't cause nearly as much trouble as it has elsewhere. The National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for east-central and southeast Nebraska and southwest Iowa until 10 p.m. Additional snow accumulations of up to 2 inches and minor ice accumulations of are expected, the weather service said. Drivers should expect to encounter slippery roads.
  • Antarctic snowfall increasing, study finds

    04/10/2018 4:15:30 PM PDT · by BenLurkin · 25 replies
    Snowfall across the great white continent of Antarctica is increasing, according to a study released this week by an international team led by the British Antarctic Survey. The team analyzed 79 ice cores from across Antarctica that provide detailed information on how much snow has fallen over hundreds of years, and it found a 10% increase in snowfall over the past two centuries. This contradicts studies that found that Antarctic snowfall has remained largely constant over the past several decades to centuries. But those studies analyzed only a few ice cores, whereas this comprehensive look at the continent gives a...
  • Spring storm hits Northeast, bringing NYC the most April snow in over 30 years

    04/02/2018 10:58:36 AM PDT · by EdnaMode · 15 replies
    ABC News ^ | April 2, 2018 | MAX GOLEMBO and EMILY SHAPIRO
    It may be spring, but it feels like winter for the Northeast this morning as a snowstorm moves through Pennsylvania, New York, New Jersey and New England. The latest The snowfall rate at New York's LaGuardia Airport reached 2 inches per hour this morning. New York City saw 5.5 inches of snow this morning -- its heaviest April snowfall since 1982 when the city was dumped with 9.6 inches. Kimberly Richardson ✔ @kemrichardson7 Wow! #nyc right now #centralpark Beautiful but enough !!!!! #snow @ABC7NY 8:43 AM - Apr 2, 2018 The New York Yankees canceled today's home opener due to...
  • Are we undergoing global cooling? Revised temperature data suggests as much

    03/17/2018 7:10:42 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 18 replies
    American Thinker ^ | 03/17/2018 | Dale Leuck
    Data available in bothtextandcsvformats at the NASA, GISSwebsitehave been routinely cited asindicative of global warmingdespite theirknown weaknesses.The three years 2015 through 2017 are widely reported as the three hottest years on record. Tony Heller, however, has demonstrated thattamperingwith data from the U.S. Climatology Network (USHCN) has created the illusion of much higher temperatures in reported data than in the original data, for the continental United States.This leads one to wonder how much not so widely known "adjustments" in GISS data have been responsible for similar results at a global level. The GISS data are updated around the middle of...
  • Seven Feet Of Snow In Northern California Puts Screeching Halt To States Drought

    03/03/2018 7:23:21 AM PST · by rktman · 66 replies
    dalilycallwe.xom ^ | 3/2/2018 | Chris White
    A massive snowstorm Friday in Northern California could bring the states lengthy drought to end while leaving two feet of snow in the mountains near Los Angeles. The Sierra Nevada Mountains has seen two feet of snow and winds gusting over 100 miles per hour. More than 22,000 Montecito residents evacuated their homes as rain continued to pound the area Californias weather comes as a noreaster clobbers parts of the East Coast. The worst of the storm has passed, and we are cautiously optimistic that due to a significant amount of pre-storm preparation we have come through this with...
  • The Ross Ice Shelf is Freezing, Not Melting. Which Is Weird.

    02/25/2018 11:37:47 AM PST · by Red Badger · 99 replies
    www.popularmechanics.com ^ | Feb 23, 2018 1.7k | By Sophie Weiner
    Scientists were surprised by the results of their study. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ In November, scientists from New Zealand used a hot water drill to go deep into Antarctica's Ross Ice Shelf. The shelf, which can be up to 10,000 feet thick, is the largest of several that hold back West Antarctica's massive amounts of ice. If these were to collapse, global sea level would rise by ten feet. Drilling a hole and lowering a camera and thermometer inside is a way for researchers to understand the history of the shelf, and what is happening to it now. In measuring the temperature and...
  • Even the eyelashes freeze: Russia sees minus 88.6 degrees F

    01/16/2018 12:26:03 PM PST · by Oldeconomybuyer · 78 replies
    San Francisco Chronicle ^ | January 16, 2018
    MOSCOW - Even thermometers can't keep up with the plunging temperatures in Russia's remote Yakutia region, which hit minus 67 degrees Celsius (minus 88.6 degrees Fahrenheit) in some areas Tuesday. In Yakutia - a region of 1 million people about 3,300 miles (5,300 kilometers) east of Moscow - students routinely go to school even in minus 40 degrees. But school was canceled Tuesday throughout the region and police ordered parents to keep their children inside. Over the weekend, two men froze to death when they tried to walk to a nearby farm after their car broke down. Three other men...
  • Oymyakon: Coldest settlement on earth hit -62C - then the thermometer broke

    01/16/2018 7:41:20 AM PST · by EdnaMode · 50 replies
    International Business Times ^ | January 15, 2018 | Claire Toureille
    This Siberian village's thermometer broke last night because of how cold it was. Oymyakon, in the Siberian region of Yakutia, is the coldest inhabited village on Earth. Each winter, it records some of the world's lowest temperatures and the town seems frozen in time. On 14 January, Oymyakon got so cold, its brand new thermometer broke after reaching a mind numbing -62C, reports the Siberian Times. In comparison, the only other places to get this cold or colder are unpopulated areas of Antarctica. But locals have reported temperatures far colder than the official -62C on their properties, thanks to their...