Meteorologist Joe DAleo: The End of Snow? ‘New York Times hypes the leftist lie that snow is disappearing’


By: - Climate DepotFebruary 9, 2014 9:12 AM

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By Joseph D’Aleo

The NYT continues its leftist lie campaign with a story on snow disappearing called ”The End of Snow” by Porter Fox, a reporter for Powder magazine.

It includes this claim:

In the last 47 years, a million square miles of spring snow cover has disappeared from the Northern Hemisphere.

Lets check the facts.

This claim was made to ski areas by the Union of Concerned Scientists (and environmental advocacy group – not real scientists).

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That winter that followed, record snows fell from Alaska to Colorado and northeast to northern and central New England. Michael Berry, President of the National Ski Area Association said it was likely the best season ever.

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4 of thr top 5 snowiest winters for the northern hemisphere have occurred in the last 6 years.

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Last November to April had a record snowcover for the hemisphere.

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The number major impact east cost storms this decade just 4 years in, makes this the snowiest decade on record.

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The snowcover today for the hemisphere is extensive even with a gap in Europe (after 5 snowy years).

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The snowcover for the first week of February is 6th greatest for North America and 9th greatest for the Northern Hemisphere (out of the 48 years the NYT article claims).

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Another few winters like those of recent years and maybe the scientists and their adoring fact-less feckless media may be preserved in ice for future generation’s amusement.

By Joseph D’Aleo

The NYT continues its leftist lie campaign with a story on snow disappearing called ”The End of Snow” by Porter Fox, a reporter for Powder magazine.

It includes this claim:

In the last 47 years, a million square miles of spring snow cover has disappeared from the Northern Hemisphere.

Lets check the facts.

This claim was made to ski areas by the Union of Concerned Scientists (and environmental advocacy group – not real scientists).

Enlarged

That winter that followed, record snows fell from Alaska to Colorado and northeast to northern and central New England. Michael Berry, President of the National Ski Area Association said it was likely the best season ever.

Enlarged

4 of thr top 5 snowiest winters for the northern hemisphere have occurred in the last 6 years.

Enlarged

Last November to April had a record snowcover for the hemisphere.

Enlarged

The number major impact east cost storms this decade just 4 years in, makes this the snowiest decade on record.

Enlarged

The snowcover today for the hemisphere is extensive even with a gap in Europe (after 5 snowy years).

Enlarged

The snowcover for the first week of February is 6th greatest for North America and 9th greatest for the Northern Hemisphere (out of the 48 years the NYT article claims).

Enlarged

Another few winters like those of recent years and maybe the scientists and their adoring media may be preserved in ice for future generation’s amusement.

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