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Default Fossil Fool Fhysics By Bozo (aus.invest, alt.global-warming,sci.environment, aus.politics, sci.skeptic, sci.geo.meteorology,alt.energy.renewable, alt.politics.bush, alt.conspiracy)

On Apr 6, 9:35*pm, "oonbz" wrote:
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Absolutely. And the evidence continues to grow each day. Just like AGW.


Oh really???

All-Time Snow Records Tumbling Again For The Second Straight Year

The ice man cometh!

5 Apr 2009

Joseph D'Aleo, CCM, ICECAP

QUOTE: These models sometimes have difficulty with the first 48 hours, but Susan Solomon
and friends tell us you can depend on cruder models to predict the climate 100 years or
even a thousand years in advance.

QUOTE: An amazing 358 lowest temperature records and 409 snowfall records were broken for
the week ending Apr 2 2009.

Just a week after the last major northern plains blizzard another significant snowfall
occurred this weekend.

Models did poorly with the location of the heaviest snow bands and generally overdid the
magnitude.

These models sometimes have difficulty with the first 48 hours, but Susan Solomon and
friends tell us you can depend on cruder models to predict the climate 100 years or even a
thousand years in advance.

Several inches of snow fell in parts of Nebraska, South Dakota, Iowa, southern Minnesota
into southern Wisconsin. This will include parts of the Red River Basin already in flood
and with *deep snowcover.

The northern plains has been hit hard this year.

Fargo set a record for snowfall and precipitation for March, Bismarck also in North Dakota
had record snowfall in December and the second snowiest March, the first year with with
two monthly totals in the top ten.

Bismarck is on the northern edge of this storm. If they get more than 1.4 inches of snow
from this or some later storm, they will set an all-time snow record.

See the enlarged listing shown below here as of April 1 after the big blizzard.

See all the watches and warnings here.

The National Weather Service said International Falls, with the reputation as the nation's
icebox, recorded 124.2 inches of snow this winter. That tops the old record of 116 inches
set in 1995-1996. The nearly 9-inch dump from this week's snowstorm pushed International
Falls over the edge.

The Minnesota-Ontario border area has been pummeled with snowstorms this winter.

And from KOMO News Weary Spokane residents who are sick of snow can at least now be
consoled by the fact that they were a part of history.

A snow storm on Sunday has made this the snowiest winter on record in Spokane. The
National Weather Service said 93.6 inches of snow has been recorded at Spokane
International Airport this winter, breaking the record set in 1949-50 by a tenth of an
inch. It took snowfall of 3.9 inches of Sunday, a record for the date, to break the
all-time record.

This is the second-consecutive heavy winter in Spokane.

Last year, more than 92 inches of snow fell on the Lilac City, third most since records
started in 1893.

Spokane's Top 5 Snow Years:

RANK WINTER SNOW TOTAL

1 2008-2009 93.6

2 1949-1950 93.5

3 2007-2008 92.6

4 1974-1975 89.0

5 1992-1993 87.3

Spokane is also mired in unseasonable cold.

Normal high temperatures at the of March are in the low 50s, but this month has seen highs
in the 30s and 40s.

An amazing 358 lowest temperature records and 409 snowfall records were broken for the
week ending Apr 2 2009.

http://wattsupwiththat.com/2009/04/0...ords-tumbling-...

Warmest Regards

Bonzo



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