Unexpected snow in Seattle

3 Nov 2017 – It’s a little bit unusual to have snow this time of year in the Seattle area, said meteorologist Dana Felton. Last year on this date, it was 65 degrees.

Temperatures dropped by 10 degrees in one hour at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Friday, bringing snow to “pretty much everywhere” outside Seattle, said Felton.

The snow caused “significant” delays at the airport, as well.


Thanks to Glenn Cuthbert for this link

4 thoughts on “Unexpected snow in Seattle”

  1. Our first snow event Started yesterday (Nov. 3, 2017). It started as rain and changed over to snow mid morning. This Morning we measured 2.25 inches of WET snow. Had the temperatures not been in the high 30’s we easily would be measuring several more inches. My altitude is 4420 feet. North of us towards Crater Lake Park they are expecting up to 12 in. today.

  2. certainly if anything these idiots were saying is true, you sure would NOT be seeing snow in Seattle in early November!! Plus they would be under sea water long by now.
    Instead the seas are falling.

  3. I wonder what Tom Yulsman (http://blogs.discovermagazine.com/imageo/2016/11/03/global-warming-contributed-strongly-to-record-snow-drought-in-westernmost-united-states/) says now, or Craig Welch (http://community.seattletimes.nwsource.com/archive/?date=20040214&slug=warming14m ) or, Mark Jaffe (https://www.seattletimes.com/life/outdoors/global-warming-study-shows-grim-future-for-ski-resorts/ ), or Greg Nickels (http://grist.org/article/little-nickels/) or the many others voicing of the Global Warming/ Climate Change meme.
    These useful idiots, spreaders of UN-IPCC propaganda, who use weather events to help propagate these lies, have they changed their tune? Will they apologies for leading so many astray?
    I doubt it.

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