A few new articles:
- Global Warming Snowed Under, four years after the New York Times warned of ‘The End of Snow?”
- Washington Times: Despite ‘Global Warming’ Claims, Snow Has ‘Fallen In Record Amounts’
- Veteran Cbs Boston Meteorologist Barry Burbank: ‘Despite Claims That Snows Are Becoming Rare’ We Are In ‘Snowiest Decade’ (See also WUWT)
- Snow a Thing of the Past, Not around Baton Rouge!
- Record Snowfall At “Roof Of The World”
- Snow Cover Extent Northern Hemisphere 2018-11-19
(Originally posted early 2015)
Via Gateway Pundit
Here is a headline and portion from “experts” in their field scaring the public:
Snowfalls Are Now Just A Thing Of The Past
Monday 20 March 2000
Britain’s winter ends tomorrow with further indications of a striking environmental change: snow is starting to disappear from our lives.
Sledges, snowmen, snowballs and the excitement of waking to find that the stuff has settled outside are all a rapidly diminishing part of Britain’s culture, as warmer winters – which scientists are attributing to global climate change – produce not only fewer white Christmases, but fewer white Januaries and Februaries.
Global warming, the heating of the atmosphere by increased amounts of industrial gases, is now accepted as a reality by the international community. Average temperatures in Britain were nearly 0.6Â°C higher in the Nineties than in 1960-90, and it is estimated that they will increase by 0.2C every decade over the coming century. Eight of the 10 hottest years on record occurred in the Nineties.
However, the warming is so far manifesting itself more in winters which are less cold than in much hotter summers. According to Dr David Viner, a senior research scientist at the climatic research unit (CRU) of the University of East Anglia,within a few years winter snowfall will become “a very rare and exciting event”.
“Children just aren’t going to know what snow is,” he said.
Michael Jeacock, a Cambridgeshire local historian, added that a generation was growing up “without experiencing one of the greatest joys and privileges of living in this part of the world – open-air skating”.
Warmer winters have significant environmental and economic implications, and a wide range of research indicates that pests and plant diseases, usually killed back by sharp frosts, are likely to flourish. But very little research has been done on the cultural implications of climate change – into the possibility, for example, that our notion of Christmas might have to shift.
The winter ranked 43rd coldest since 1910, and continues the trend towards colder winters. In the last five years, only 2011/12 has been above the 1981-2010 average. The average over these five years has been 3.03C.
Interestingly, the average winter temperature for 1911-2013 stands at 3.52C, so by 20thC standards the last few years have been genuinely cold.
From video description:
- “Winters with strong frost and lots of snow like we had 20 years ago will cease to exist at our latitudes.” ~ Mojib Latif, Max Planck Institute for Meteorology, Hamburg, 1 April 2000. (WUWT)
From January 8, 2010 All of Britain covered by snow