Autumn Snow Extent Has Increased By 25%

Week 44 northern hemisphere snow extent has increased by 25% since the start of the satellite era in 1979, and this year has the second highest snow extent during that period. Russia and Canada are almost completely covered with snow.

Rutgers University Climate Lab :: Global Snow Lab

2012 also set the record for the greatest Antarctic sea ice cover ever measured.

Climate experts tell us that declining snow and ice cover is an essential ingredient of global warming.

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3 Responses to Autumn Snow Extent Has Increased By 25%

  1. kim2ooo says:

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  2. Andy DC says:

    Joe B’s winter forecast keeps looking better all the time.

  3. tckev says:

    Must be all that “thing of the past” catching up with us. So much snow, I wonder if it rises at the same rate as the CO2 measurements? After all CO2 is so much more effective at changing weather than the strength of the sun.


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