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Autumn snow extent in Eurasia is the greatest recorded  since the start of the modern satellite era in 1979, and has increased by 20%, says this article on StevenGoddard.wordpress.com, who used  figures from the Rutgers University Global Snow Lab.



Meanwhile, a press release from the University of Michigan  announced that  Shrinking snow and ice cover intensify global warming (even though there has been no global warming for the past 16 years).

So who is telling the truth here?

See entire article:

http://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2012/11/17/eurasian-autumn-snow-extent-highest-in-the-last-three-decades/

Thanks to Laurel for this link

“Japan has copped a foot of snow in some places last few days too…brr,” says Laurel.

 

11 Responses to Eurasian Autumn Snow Extent Highest in Last Three Decades

  1. Perdavid says:

    The winter here in Sweden has been very mild. The warm air from the gulfstream are rolling in non-stop. And yet our summer was crap.

  2. william dugan says:

    I believe Steven Goddard in this he found a lot of raw data what being destroyed because it was showing global temperatures going down not up and showed there altered graphs showing a warming to the global lot that all do is lie lie Steven does believe the earth goes through warm and cold phases naturally so man made global warming is crap those who makes this up should be lock up and key fired there embarrassment to true science. Bob sure you must agree with me on this point

  3. DJ says:

    How long does it officially take for events to be considered a trend, 10 years, 20 years, 50 years? It’s been cooling for 16 years already , but that’s not a trend? Oh, I forgot. They changed from “global warming” to “climate change” so this cooling TREND could still be blamed on humans and Co2. Got it!

  4. Argiris Diamantis says:

    There’s lot of talking about the greenhouse effect. http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2012-11/16/content_15936046.htm
    Here we can see how the greenhouses are effected.

  5. frank says:

    HERE IN NEW ORLEANS LA IT HAS CONSISTANTLY BEEN BELOW NORMAL TEMPS THIS AUTUMN. AT THIS RATE AS COMPARED TO OTHER YEARS WE WILL HAVE OUR COLDEST WINTER IN AT LEAST TWENTY YEARS. WE MIGHT EVEN GET
    THE S WORD (SNOW) THIS YEAR BEFORE THE YEAR IS OUT.
    KEEP TUNED…

  6. roger says:

    Winter has yet to arrive in Europe – it does not start until December.
    November is still Autumn

  7. Dale says:

    Here in southeast Texas it finally feels like fall!! The leaves are even changing a little, and dropping off of the trees. Had to turn on my heater since my wife is sick, earliest I have had to do that in a while. September 21 is the autumnal equinox and was the start of fall, it felt like summer, most of October felt like summer, we are very short on rain again, and now in November it finally feels like fall. I predict another warm and mild winter. Maybe not as warm as the “Winter that wasn’t” last winter, but its
    going to be another mild winter.

  8. F. Guimaraes says:

    The trend is clearly upward, very interesting.
    2007 is the lowest in the last 6 years, but still a little above 1979 and 1981. 2007 is also the year when, according to NOAA, we had the lowest level of icecap cover in the N. Pole, but interesting enough they have said that a similar low level was reached this year and this graph of Eurasia snow extent shows just the opposite of 2007 (the highest point of the last 6 years), this could indicate that the data about the Arctic icecap was not so precise and so dramatic as they wanted us to believe.
    One way or another, this graph is consistent with the news published here about record intensity of the last winter in China
    “… This past winter was the coldest in 27 years …”
    http://iceagenow.info/2012/04/china-coldest-winter-27-years/#comment-25674
    and in many parts of Europe and I believe it indicates a trend not just local weather.
    I expect more facts to come soon to support our expectations here of a cooling climate, according again to the interesting analysis of Phil Rockke (who correctly predicted the changes in climate beginning last September due to a “shift in the Ferrel cells”).
    He says,
    ” … Sometime between mid November and Mid January I expect a global cooling trend to begin, at a rate of ~ -.5 to -.7C/decade … with a more dramatic drop in temps beginning during 2017, which the 2017-2030 period could approach a -1.5C/decade rate. ..”
    http://westernusawx.info/forums/index.php?showtopic=33725&st=160&p=599743&#entry599743
    and,
    “… For the time being, watch the progress of the solar polar fields which are also a good indicator of background forcing on the Sun …
    As I’ve said, I think we see the regime shift begin during winter 2012-13, which should, through completely separate physical mechanisms, coincide with the solar-polar field flip….
    What also coincides with this solar-polar field flip:
    1) The exact conclusion of the latest 23Kyr precession cycle
    2) The exact conclusion of the latest 179yr barycentric excursion cycle
    3) The conclusion of the most recent ~22yr magnetic Hale cycle
    These cycles appear to converge ~ every 100Kyrs, as is generally accepted as far as the 1st two go, with the assumption made by me that the Hale cycle should coincide given the same governing mechanism appears to be at work..and this relationship appears to have been present for over 800Kyrs at least.. On each previous occasion these periodicities have met, we’ve been in an interstadial episode, and on each occasion, the interstadial terminated rapidly and we descended into an Ice age.. the relationship has not failed once over the past 800Kyrs …”
    http://westernusawx.info/forums/index.php?showtopic=33725&st=160&p=604954&#entry604954


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