Snow cover way outside one standard deviation

Snow cover way outside one standard deviation

Extends deep into Eurasia.

“If NOAA/Rutgers cannot keep track of the snow cover,” the Canadians can, says reader.

Snow cover - 27Oct2014
Snow cover – 27 Oct 2014

Thanks to Past Geophysicist for this link

12 thoughts on “Snow cover way outside one standard deviation

  1. NOAA snow and ice Web site down for 8 days and counting. The non-operational Web site is linked to a system outage that stopped the flow of various types of NOAA satellite data early last week, which NOAA officials said was due to “unscheduled maintenance”.
    Reader’s comment: Just a maintenance problem, or is there more to it. Like the fact that information about snow and ice is not convenient just before mid-term Senate elections? We were supposed to have an ice-free Arctic sea by now and anyone who disagrees with this settled science was a flat-earther.

  2. Bulgaria: Heavy snow hampers removal of electrical accidents. Sarnitsa fourth day without electricity, announced BNR. Torn from wet snow and power lines near Velingrad Batak left another 17 small settlements in the Rhodope part of Pazardzhik region without power. Work of teams Troubleshooting is difficult because 50-centimeter snow. The wet snow broke mains in the area between Devino and Shishkovitsa. Besides them were affected villagers Moravitsa and Chelni Bryag.
    40 cm is snow in Antonovski this morning.
    The movement of trains on the lines Dimitrovgrad – Gabrovo Haskovo – Tzareva meadow remains suspended due to flooded tracks and fallen trees and branches, reported by the Railways. The company provides alternative transportation buses, while emergency teams “Railway Infrastructure” fix the problems.

  3. They just won’t admit that they are wrong! Global Cooling is on the way, and CO2 can’t stop it!

    IPCC Climate Scientist: Global Warming ‘Pause’ Could Last 30 Years
    by Wochit
    See: warming?

    “Maybe not anytime soon, according to a top United Nations scientist. Dr. Mojib Latif of the Leibniz Institute of Marine Sciences told Bavarian Radio that the so-called “pause” in global warming could continue for another three decades. Currently, satellite datasets show that the average global temperature has not warmed in more than 18 years. Latif told BR that temperatures would start accelerating between 2020 and 2025, meaning global warming could be on pause or slowed down for the next 6 to 11 years. This could put the total time of the pause between 24 and 29 years.”

  4. Wonderful news for the UK though if there’s a link to the exceptional autumn warmth we’ve been having and a record warm Halloween forecast. If I remember correctly a warm October in 1962 was followed by the infamous 1963 winter.

  5. The solar cycle 24 cannot go anywhere but down now unless there is a much bigger cycle mankind does not know of? Looking at the trend we are definitely headed to a solar minimum but for how long who knows?

  6. hope the people there are smarter than the average bear,(Boo Boo;-)/ sheepies) and have prepped for such events

  7. I am afraid we are going into full fledge ice age by 2050. Please check out exceptional work by Rolf Witzsche from Canada. His recent documentary series on youtube, electric cold fusion sun, explains the sun as externally powered by plasma in universe and it’s “primer field” which creates atoms in the confinement dome of primer fields on sun surface and some of it is released as atoms and plasma in solar winds. Evidence (20% drop in solar winds) suggests that the primer fields area weakening rapidly. With the projected rate of decline, by 2030 there will 90% drop in solar winds.

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