Historical snow amounts in Norway

More snow on the way, and temperatures down to minus 29 degrees.

SNOW: 56 cm (almost 2 ft) of snow in Tromsø on Sunday morning.

Only once in the last 97 years has there been more snow on November 3 in Tromsø, says state meteorologist Sjur Wergeland.

The snow amounts are historical for November. In 2006, 67 cm of snow was measured on November 3.

The next top listing was in 1922. At that time 59 cm were measured on November 3.


The snow showers have barely taken a break since Friday. And yes, it is early in the year for such snowfall.

Sunday 3 Nov 2019
It is colder than normal across the country, with temperatures down to minus 29, says the meteorologist. And soon more snow is coming to the whole country.

Thanks to Argiris Diamantis for these links


9 thoughts on “Historical snow amounts in Norway”

  1. meanwhile in Sth Aus;-((
    after battling to keep trees alive and get a crop
    they copped this

    at the same time the liars at BoM are telling us its another warmest month record for october, when half the nations been avg or below
    they do mention 1910 but wont say what it was then

  2. What about Sweden? If there’s any justice in the universe, they should freeze solid and stay that way, after spawning Greta and the cannabalism espouser. These are crimes against humanity.

    I still think we should establish a penal colony in Antarctica for global warmists.

  3. And every morning, they should have to choose between fossil fuels and alternative energy sources to run the lights and heaters in their cells.

  4. Speaking of immigrants, we’ll be glad that wall on the border is so easily dismantled when everyone starts running the other way.

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