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?
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Thanks to Laurel for this link
“Japan has copped a foot of snow in some places last few days too…brr,” says Laurel.