“Climate Change” Experts Claim Winter Storms Will Get Worse

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Experts: Climate Change May Make Northeast Winter Storms Worse

The idea of a snow day is becoming less and less appealing as the city and surrounding areas suffer one winter storm after the other.

Snow has been no friend to the Northeast this winter, and as another storm is ready to pummel the Northeast this weekend, climate change experts offer an explanation of why record-breaking amounts of precipitation may become a norm for the region.

“Simple physical laws will tell you that a warmer atmosphere can hold more moisture,” Dr. David Robinson, a state climatologist at Rutgers University, says. “So it’s related to warmer temperatures and more abundant moisture available in the atmosphere, but you still need an impetus.  You still need a storm.”

Of course, they hedge their bets for “in the future”

As for the future, climate change may also be behind why increasing snowfall will continue to happen not only in the next couple of years but for decades to come with a contained, much smaller winter season for the Northeast.

“Frankly, we’re going to see that for years and years to come, a 20 degree snow storm in a couple of decades may a 25 degree snow storm as long as it’s still cold enough to snow,” says Dr. Robinson. “And with the warmer atmosphere, I see the chances of heavier snows continuing into the future. But with time, youre going to have occasions where a snow storm from the past is going to become a rain storm because you have crossed that important threshold of the freezing point.”

In other words, future winters in the Northeast may turn from snow days to rainy days.

So, now global warming (caused mostly/solely by mankind, according to Warmists, mind you) will first make it snowier, then rainier?

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7 Responses to ““Climate Change” Experts Claim Winter Storms Will Get Worse”

  1. Kevin says:

    My job has been boring me for over a month now. Has anyone put out a study that says climate change will make jobs more boring? If not, I’m going to.

  2. Jeffery says:


    Some toll-booth operators read to break the tedium. You should try that.

    Some children will never see snow again. Some children will see a lot more snow. The real world is funny that way. The climate is homogeneous.

    The Earth continues to warm because of all the CO2 we’ve added to the atmosphere. Not surprisingly, this warmer air holds more water vapor! And if the temperatures stay below 32F this water falls to Earth as, you guessed it, ice and snow!

  3. Dana says:

    Well, my job has sure gotten a lot more boring; there aren’t too many people who want to pour concrete when it’s 256º Kelvin (I started putting it that way; doesn’t seem quite so cold!) outside!

  4. Dana says:

    Jeffrey wrote:

    The climate is homogeneous.

    You keep using that word; I do not think it means what you think it means!

    adjective ho·mo·ge·neous \ˌhō-mə-ˈjē-nē-əs, -nyəs\

    Full Definition of HOMOGENEOUS

    1: of the same or a similar kind or nature
    2: of uniform structure or composition throughout
    3: having the property that if each variable is replaced by a constant times that variable the constant can be factored out : having each term of the same degree if all variables are considered

  5. Jeffery says:


    You caught me. I meant to type NOT homogeneous.

    Please find one other instance when I used the term, please.

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