Thing Of The Past: Largest US New Year’s Day Snow Coverage Since 1996

Because schoolkids won’t know what snow looks like

Of course, I suppose we’re supposed to blame all this snow on “carbon pollution” or something.

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7 Responses to “Thing Of The Past: Largest US New Year’s Day Snow Coverage Since 1996”

  1. Gumball_Brains says:

    LIES LIES LIES!!
    There is no snow. It’s all LIES!!!

    Oh… wait. Ok, warm weather causes snow.

    Ok, … nevermind. So, anyway,… as I was saying, “more snow means a boiling earth”!! So there!

  2. The hotter it is the colder it is.

  3. john says:

    we are always going to have snow here in the USA. Snow is an indicator of precipitation not of abnormal low temps. . Something the climate truthers seem to be unable to understand. Science ???? something like reality that some have problems understanding

  4. gitarcarver says:

    we are always going to have snow here in the USA. Snow is an indicator of precipitation not of abnormal low temps.

    But wait! You have always espoused that with higher temperatures, the amount of precipitation will be lower. Guess that claim isn’t working out too well for you, is it?

    something like reality that some have problems understanding

    Coming from you, this is hysterical.

  5. Gumball_Brains says:

    Snow is more an indicator of temperature. You can’t have snow when the temps are above 40F.

    Precipitation happens because of temperature changes mainly, but can also occur from infusion of a body of warm-moisture laden air. But, before you squeal with glee… that moist warm air only stays warm and moist until it merges with the cooler air to change its dew point. Only then, does the water precipitate out.

    Precipitation can also occur due to lifting. Which again, will cause the mass of air to cool causing its dew point to change and thus precipitate out any moisture it has at that dew point.

    Science ???? something like reality that some have problems understanding

    We know you have problems with both, but please try and learn something before peaking out of your mom’s basement closet.

    So, we will always have snow in the US? Are you making a slight joke or is that remark valid for all elevations and latitudes? Or are you once again trying to claim that snow is our main form of precip throughout all seasons?

  6. Trish says:

    How old are you John? My granfather born in the 1800’s and my parents born in 1915 & 17 told us of all kinds of stories about the weather when they were growing up both here in Phila, and in Illinois and in St Louis. And here on the East Coast I have seen everything from snowy Easters in April, to balmy Christmases. I’ve seen snow in October, and also in May. I have seen warm Decembers, followed by record breaking snows in January. It is climate. It is supposed to fluctuate. There are lots of factors for changes in temps and precip, all of them scientific, but none of them indicate carbon usage has any effect on it. As long as you are willing to recognize that it’s been going on long before we had industry and a developed world, you might relax a bit and not get so worked up over climate change.

  7. Gumball_Brains says:

    I think he just likes spitting in to the wind while standing behind everybody.

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