Calgary Hit With Massive Amount Of Globull Warming Snowfall

Bet they’d be having a lot of fun biking instead of taking fossil fueled travel

(Calgary Sun) Calgarians suffered the same white plight that befell Edmonton just the day before as record amounts of snow blanketed the city and the rest of southern Alberta.

By 5 p.m., 11 cm were on the ground in Calgary, another 15 cm expected overnight, and yet another 10 cm expected Friday, Environment Canada reported.

Environment Canada said average snowfall for all of November is about 16 cm.

The record snowfall for Nov. 8 is 12.6 cm, set in 1973, and November’s all-time high snowfall is 35.6 cm, set on Nov. 13. 1914.

It’s still snowing in Calgary, as of this morning when I wrote the post. Calgary also received lots of snow in October. Like, record amounts.

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4 Responses to “Calgary Hit With Massive Amount Of Globull Warming Snowfall”

  1. John says:

    Extreme weather just like Gore said.

  2. Right. Because weather never happened before. Oh, and Warmists were saying snow was a thing of the past.

    Give up your big carbon lifestyle yet?

  3. Otter says:

    Peer-reviewed research indicates severe/extreme weather is becoming LESS. But don’t expect people like johnny to look into these things for themselves.

  4. Gumball_Brains says:

    record amounts of snow blanketed the city

    OK, someone is lying here. Snow was supposed to be a thing of the past. NOT record snow earlier in the season. Some northern European countries have also gotten a record early snow fall as well.

    I’m beginning to wonder if these reports are not just flipped through some error in a computer model news press.

    I bet you anything that Calgary is actually suffering from a heat wave right now – like silly racist wants them to.

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