Remember When Snow Was Going To Be A Thing Of The Past?

There have been many dire predictions made about the end of snow. But, with the last 7 years seeing many winters in the eastern and western hemispheres in both the North and South, well, Warmists have to find some way to cover this, as we’ve seen over the past few years. Here we go again

The Future of Epic Blizzards in a Warming World
What does global warming mean for extreme snowfall?


Part of the reason this Snowzilla storm is expected to dump so much snow is because it is pulling abundant moisture. As the planet warms because of excess heat trapped by human-emitted greenhouse gases, the atmosphere can hold more moisture. Scientists already expect heavy downpours to increase because of that. But there’s been little research into what that means for “epic blizzards” like this one.

It might seem that more moisture in the atmosphere along with warming temperatures should mean more rain than snow, and that’s true. But, it turns out, that’s only part of the story.

Yeah, the rest is Excusemaking, trying to fit more snow into their Narrative.

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11 Responses to “Remember When Snow Was Going To Be A Thing Of The Past?”

  1. Jeffery says:

    If you were to think about it (yeah, right, lol!), you’d understand that SOME areas will see less frequent snowstorms. Why? Because some areas will see the local temperatures increasing just enough to stop snows. How many measureable snows do they have in southern Texas each year? Zero to very few? Doesn’t it make sense that the snow line is moving slowly northward?

    In areas where it’s still cold enough to snow, the less stable climate and increased water vapor can lead to more snow.

    It’s not that complicated.

  2. xtron says:

    not man made globull warming….EL NINO
    and el nino is not caused by driving SUV”s and back yard bar-b-ques

  3. Jeffery says:


    not manmade global warming…El Nino

    Do you know what an El Nino is? Where does the increased El Nino heat redistributed into the atmosphere come from?

    Why are succeeding El Nino’s resulting in warmer and warmer temperatures?

    Because succeeding El Nino’s have more heat to work with! The Earth is warming, therefore so are the El Ninos!

  4. Dana says:

    I admit it: I thought of Jeffrey while I was using my horrible, fossil-fuel powered snow blower!

    14½ inches at the Official Jim Thorpe Snow Measuring Station (on my back patio.)

  5. jl says:

    Last years N.E. snows were with below average water vapor, because it was very cold. So no, earth is not warming

  6. Jeffery says:

    So no, Earth is not warming

    You might as well say the Earth is flat.

  7. Jeffery says:

    I admit it: I thought of Jeffrey

    And I thought of you when I was taking a dump.

    Do you think a blizzard falsifies the Theory of AGW?

  8. Dana says:

    Looks like Jeffrey can’t respond to a little ribbing without escalating into dark insults. The left are just so humorless.

  9. Jeffery says:

    Sorry. I forgot to add an emoji to make it light-hearted. I was only joking when I implied that floating turds reminded me of you. Can’t you take a little joke? It’s amazing to me that rugged, individualistic, tough guys are so sensitive to a little ribbing. Conservatives play such victims.

  10. John says:

    Remember back in 2012 when you ran a post saying that global cooling was going to start?
    Climate truth era seem to only remember the predictions of others
    I DO remember many “warmists” saying that the likely hood if extreme weather events increasing
    Teach snow is an indication of precipitation, not temp
    This storm took place at seasonably normal temps 25-32 here in NYC
    Are you fixating on “snow” to refute the fact our planet is getting hotter ?

  11. No, I don’t, John. Please provide a link.

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