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Wyoming Snow At 9F (-13C)

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The New Jersey State Climatologist said this week that heavy snow can't fall when it's cold.


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January 6th 2022  

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Robertvd

- 2 weeks ago  

You just wonder how the whole of Canada could have been under Ice during the last cold period of the ongoing Ice Age Earth has been in for the last 3 million years. And by the way, those recent 3 Ma have been the coldest of the last 200 Ma . Now let's talk about global warming.

Juxtaposition

- 2 weeks ago  

Sorry, that can't be snow! On authority of Virginia's meteorologist, snow falls only when it is warm. And reality is to be ignored when it fails to match expert opinion. Fallacy of "appeal to authority" was taught in university at one time.

Robertvd

- 2 weeks ago  

But it used to be much colder in Wyoming and than you have no snow. - 13 is the new warm.

KEB130

- 2 weeks ago  

Wow! That looks like climate emergency to me! Way too hot!

Marooned

- 2 weeks ago  

Didn't Tony Heller tell us something to the effect of, "When warm, moist air from the south meets cold air from the north, the warm air cools, and rain falls." Golly, that cold air isn't very good at carrying water for the likes of the New Jersey State Climatologist, a PhD alumna of Columbia and a "distinguished" professor of Geography. Geography is a univeristy department? Don't they teach how to read maps in fourth grade?

CatastrophicNE

- 2 weeks ago  

What will people do in these cold areas when fossil fuels become too scarce/expensive to procure? It may not happen in our lifetimes, but it will eventually, seeing as the Earth isn't producing them as quickly as we're using them. What is the plan for human society to move in a sustainable direction, without harming those that currently exist? Ironic that the technocrats that want to build our way out of the "problem", are the very ones that invented and steered society to where we are now.

KMScheelar

- 2 weeks ago  

-40 with the wind in Central Alberta today. Sure glad we have a steady flow of β€œnatural” gas to keep my a$$ warm. We need to have AOC come visit for a few days and shovel some snow at -30, she might change her tune a couple of octaves. Where’s Greta?????? I am a frozen πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ But back to 0 C shortly! That would really freak out LeonardoπŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰πŸ˜‰

Longrower

- 2 weeks ago  

What a doof! I've always regretted not changing my career path over to meteorology (climatology wasn't offered at my school so I had no clue). Forecast rain, get paid whether it rains or shines. Any other job you get fired being wrong even half the time.

Darqcrimson

- 2 weeks ago  

Lots of snow falling here in Canada as well, weird how that happens. Talking of snow jobs, someone is really piling it on us.

Longrower

- 2 weeks ago  

LOL! Snow job indeed. Sheesh.

Elvisboy777

- 2 weeks ago  

The new jersey state climatologist is a fool

sailingspt

- 2 weeks ago  

That sure looks like a lot of snow to me, but what would I know, I'm in Florida.

trevboyce1969

- 2 weeks ago  

Haha, I was just about to post that I was surprised how little snow they had for this time of year.

Longrower

- 2 weeks ago  

W'all, podner, it hasn't snowed yet here in SW FL because of climate change, ya' know. Never mind that this is the near-tropics, but if it gets hot it's CLIMATE EMERGENCY!