Heavenly-150 inches

150 inches (381 cm) of snow – Most ever in December

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Heavenly ski area in California

“Kick off 2013 the right way with concerts, parties and snow in South Lake Tahoe! Tahoe has been receiving a lot of snow over the past couple weeks, and so far this season Heavenly has received over 11.5 FEET to 16 FEET of snow. Tear up the slopes on your skis and snowboards all weekend long, the conditions have been absolutely incredible! Heavenly has 4704 acres open – the most in California, you can ski/ride between 2 different states, and there’s everything from beginner to double black diamond terrain to choose from.”

Heavenly-150 inches

http://blog.skiheavenly.com/2012/12/27/new-years-eve-at-heavenly-2012/

Thanks to Kenneth Lund for this link

6 thoughts on “150 inches (381 cm) of snow – Most ever in December”

  1. Went to that site, left them the following:

    Thank God for ‘man-made’ global warming!

    ….oh, wait……….

    ——-

    We’ll see if it is still there later.

  2. well ,fun for ports n tourim industry.
    also depending on how much more falls over winter, and how much ,elts later, i would think the rivers streams and dams will be full, as well as aquifers recharging.
    thanks to the warmist /ecoloons I gather quite a few damn have been blasted so the water wont be saved for future needs. smart thinking that mob?
    nope, dopes.
    flooding to come will be?
    unprecedented and all co2s fault.

  3. From the link
    http://www.thegwpf.org/doug-hoffman-chilling-thoughts/

    posted at the Mongolian thread,
    “http://iceagenow.info/2012/12/70-percent-mongolian-territory-covered-snow/”

    we have the comment:
    ” … Something happened this year that has become rare in recent times, much of the United States has had a white Christmas. As of December 28th, 64.4% of the US was covered by snow with an average depth of 6.2 inches (15.7 cm) … For Arkansas, this has been the snowiest Christmas ever, breaking the old record set in 1926, and the 7th snowiest day overall since 1875… ”

    Not bad for what is believed to be the beginning of a new Bond cycle.

    Meanwhile, on the other side of the planet the Antarctic icecap continues to break records, now reaching 13 consecutive months of above average extension
    http://arctic.atmos.uiuc.edu/cryosphere/IMAGES/seaice.anomaly.antarctic.png

    and
    http://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2012/11/28/12-straight-months-of-above-normal-antarctic-sea-ice/

    We are not cherry picking facts here, we’re showing worldwide events and a worldwide trend.

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