Now, this. I just spotted this on the Drudge Report a few minutes ago:
Then this, also at the Drudge Report:
When we get extremely cold weather and lots and lots and lots of snow, it's said to be "unusual."
But when we have a tornado or a hurricane or a really hot summer, we're told that is proof of anthropological global warming. The science is settled. LOL.
By the way, here's the link and the story regarding that Pacific Northwest:
The biggest snowstorm since February 2017 slammed Seattle at the start of the weekend.
Snow totals ranged from 6-10 inches in the area, including 7.9 inches of snowfall recorded at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, as the storm dumped heavy snow along the coast of Washington and Oregon since Friday afternoon.
Around 4 inches covered Portland, Oregon.
The last snowstorm of this magnitude slammed Seattle early in February two years prior, when the airport recorded 7.1 inches.Since 2017. Another chuckle. That's barely two years ago. Sounds like we're starting to get snowier winters again. Despite all that AGW.
Our son-in-law and daughter measured the depth of snow outside their Portland, OR, home: they said the depth on east of Portland was 5.1 inches.