Anchorage more than doubles previous snowfall record – Video


Actually, almost triples previous record.

The 8.8 inches (22.4 cm) of snow that fell on Anchorage between 10 p.m. Tuesday and 1:30 p.m. Wednesday set a new record for March 29 in Anchorage, according to the National Weather Service.

It more than doubled the previous record for the date of 3.4 inches (8.6 cm) set in 2001.

http://www.charlotteobserver.com/news/nation-world/national/article141602289.html

Thanks to Dean Koehler for this link


5 thoughts on “Anchorage more than doubles previous snowfall record – Video

  1. Swiss researchers begin to see the light:
    http://www.snf.ch/de/fokusForschung/newsroom/Seiten/news-170327-medienmitteilung-einfluss-der-sonne-auf-den-klimawandel-erstmals-beziffert.aspx
    In this article (in German) they try to estimate the influence of the sun on the climate and conclude that the coming cooling of the sun “in the next 50-100 years” “can delay or diminish” manmade warming…..but will enhance it when the sun becomes more active again.

  2. That was a pretty lame article. From the headline I thought that the yearly snowfall was doubled. 8.8 inches in March is not even news worthy for New England.

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