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Monday, July 11, 2016

Snow in three states

The Weather Channel reported that snow fell in the upper elevations of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming today.

From the Weather Channel:
Above 10,000 feet in Yellowstone National Park, there was enough new snow to build a snowman.
It was enough to close Beartooth Pass Monday on the Wyoming side, typically open from late May through mid-October, cutting off the most direct route from Red Lodge, Montana, to Yellowstone National Park.
And there was this:
This snow is due to much colder air rushing into the northern Rockies from a trough of low pressure aloft (dip in the jet stream) moving across the region.
Temperatures are also well below average for the middle of July. On Monday morning, a wind chill of 21 degrees was reported at Point 6 mountain to the north of Missoula, Montana.
Once again, the computer model forecast of global warming socialists proves to be false. Not only has it not stopped snowing in the United States, we have had record snowfalls in Boston, New York City, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington in the past decade.

The earliest recorded measurable snowfalls in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming are in September. I do not know if this counts as measurable, but puh-leeze, enough about this nonsense about greenhouse gases. There has yet to be one prediction that proved true.

Meanwhile, to combat the Phantom Menace of global warming, Glenn Reynolds says "Ban AC for DC."

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13 comments:

  1. But I'll be willing to bet that in August NOAA and NASA will claim that July was the hottest July evah(!), just like they just announced that June was the hottest June evah(!).

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    1. The glaciers could be advancing down from Canada again, and our lying government would still be calling out "hottest months ever".

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    2. Well, it is very not here in Colorado. But then that does happen occasionally. It's called Weather.

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  2. Are these snowfalls the earliest of the fall season or the latest of the spring season? What a dilemma!

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  3. Living in Billings, 52 degrees today had the heat on. Brrrrr..

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    1. Stay warm, my MT brother! Great Falls, 65-80. Parents still live there. I remember when a minor league baseball game was cancelled in Butte because of snow...in August! Ya learn to just roll with it out in Big Sky Country...

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  4. That note about September being the earliest snowfall month is probably referring to somewhere away from the mountains. I live at about 4000 feet elevation, and I have seen snow here in July. Snow is not unusual up in our Beartooths any month of the year. It is a little unusual to close the pass in July, though.

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    1. Yes, elevation matters. I remember in fourth grade the teacher said it snows on the equator. I said no way. Forgot about the Andes

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  5. I consider September as the start of my heating season. July marks the eleventh month continual that I have had to use the wood heater to warm up the place.
    True, I don't use it daily in early Fall nor have I used it continually since late April, but have lit the fire this summer about half a dozen times a month to take the chill off.
    WE get charged a carbon tax where I live, which ticks me off no end.

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  6. I agree with Glenn Reynolds' thoughts in his excellent column! I long have maintained that if global warming, or climate change, or whatever it is being called today is such a threat, then the US federal government should ban all employee travel and hold all meetings across the nation via Skype. That would be leading by example. Given that this never is considered shows you how un-serious the federal govt is about this make-believe non-problem. What else does Reynolds say about this... I'll worry about my *!#*!@ carbon footprint when they start worrying about theirs!

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    1. Only private companies would worry about those austerity measures. In government there is no bottom line to worry about, just spending the entire budget to prove you need an increase next year.

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  7. Given that the world is SUPPOSED to be warming, this can only be an ice-cube meteor attack from Ming the Merciless on Planet Mongo.

    The other thought is that, hey, hot or cold, it's just weather. But who could believe such a ridiculous explanation as that? Not Hillary and the other inhabitants of Planet Shirley MacLaine.

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