Massive snow cover for North America

“Watch Hudson Bay ice cover this year, normally it has melted by late August or early September,” says reader Ron R..

March 2018 snow cover

“Hudson Bay is slightly south of the epicenter of the last glaciation which has been associated with Baffin and Ellesmere islands also the the Ungava plains of northern Newfoundland. Hudson Bay is large enough to create its own weather, it’s like a a cocktail on the rocks.”

Following is a website you can watch an animation of this progression:

https://www.ncdc.noaa.gov/snow-and-ice/snow-cover/

Thanks to Ron R. for this link

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April 21, 2018 at 10:25AM

One Comment on “Massive snow cover for North America

  1. The NOAA link is an amazing thing to see. I wish I had more time to sit and watch it. I went back one year to date, and watched it. All that information and no one references it. smh

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