Challenges the man-made global warming lie.
Record early season snowpack ACROSS AN ENTIRE HEMISPHERE doesn’t fit the AGW narrative, says reader (Laurel). “It simply shouldn’t be happening in a warming world, and that’s exactly why this news won’t be covered by the mainstream media.”
80% of Russia buried in snow … And unusually cold
On October 30, unusually chilly lows of -20C (-4F) were suffered in Salekhard which resulted in hard frosts. Even during the day, highs in the region only climbed to -12C (10.4F) — readings some 16C below the seasonal average.
“The temperature was even lower in the east of Siberia,” continues the hmn.ru article. In Norilsk, for example, thermometers approached bone-chilling lows of -30C (-22F) — numbers not out of place in the depths of winter.
North America October snow cover the highest in recorded history
That’s in Russia. On the other side of our planet, North America’s October snow cover is now the highest in recorded history
Greatest snow cover in the U.S. during the month of October
This was a busy week, with thousands of new low temperature records –including the U.S. setting its coldest-ever temp this early in the season– Tuesday set a new all-time record for the greatest snow cover in the U.S. during the month of October. There was, and still is, snow on the ground from Montana all the way down to Texas.
Record early snowpack across the Northern Hemisphere
In addition, multiple datasets reveal the Northern Hemisphere, as a whole, is also experiencing a record-early snowpack, increasing the trend observed in recent years.
Thanks to Laurel for these links
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November 1, 2020 at 11:32AM