Anthony Watts has a new post by Steven Goddard about northern hemisphere snow cover. There’s plenty of snow in the northern hemisphere right now — an exceptional amount. This last week saw the 2nd-highest weekly average ever recorded in the data available from the Rutgers University Global Snow Lab. As we’re well aware, an exceptional event doesn’t mean there’s a trend. But Steven Goddard thinks there is. He even shows this graph:Read the rest of the post at the source…
and tells us that wintertime snow cover is increasing at 100,000 km^2 per year.
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