Most Extensive North America Snow Cover Since the 1960s

Record breaking November snowfall – Most in more than half-a-Century
Also, one of the coldest Novembers on record, says Weather.com

This snow-cover anomalies graph (below) from Rutgers University Global Snow Lab makes it very clear: North American November snow-cover extent was the greatest at least since 1966, perhaps longer.

North America snow-cover graph – Rutgers University Global Snow Lab

Looks like there’s a huge departure from normal in other parts of the world, too, including Russia, China, Norway, Sweden, Ukraine, Romania, Kazakhstan, and others. (See below.)

Snow-cover 2018 Departure from Normal – Rutgers University Global Snow Lab

Thanks to Mal Heley for this info

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December 7, 2018 at 06:54PM

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