Why Is Winter Snow Extent Interesting? « Watts Up With That?

Concerning the record snowfall in the nation’s capital, the last refuge for the scoundrels who shrilly protest the taunts from skeptics is a condescending lecture about how a few snowstorms are insufficient evidence to derive long term climate trends.

While it’s true that isolated weather events are not reliable indicators of broader trends, these particular storms are wonderfully ironic in that they are serving to illustrate an undeniable trend of increasing snow coverage in the northern hemisphere.

Why Is Winter Snow Extent Interesting? « Watts Up With That?.

How appropriate that Washington, after giving us all a snow job on climate change, is getting one of their own.

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