by Cap Allon, March 4, 2020 in Electroverse
Data from the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) reveals that the Total Snow Mass for the Northern Hemisphere has been consistently above the 30 year average for the majority of the season, and is now actually increasing its rate of growth.
Feel free to shovel this chart down the throats of those still insisting the world is burning up and that snowfall is a thing of the past.
Looking at the chart, the light blue indicates the 30-year average (1982 to 2012):
It’s clear for all to see, and for all climate alarmists to ignore, Total Snow Mass for the Northern Hemisphere is currently running well-above the 30-year norm, according to the latest observation point; plotted March 02, 2020 — by some 300 gigatons at that!