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Little Trend In Massachusetts Snowfall

August 29, 2014

By Paul Homewood 




I looked at snowfall records for Amherst, MA yesterday in relation to various claims about snowfall from MIT, as Boston was quoted as an example.

Just for completeness, we can look at annual snowfall amounts at Amherst as well.




Although there are big swings from year to year, there does not seem to be much long term change taking place. Meanwhile, in recent years, snowfall totals are well within the usual bounds seen throughout the record. 



The sort of threats about looming disasters contained in both this study and the UEA one on dengue fever, which I also posted on yesterday, seem to have much in common with the sort of threats made to children if they didn’t behave – hobgoblins, bogeymen, wicked witches and so on.

It’s rather pathetic really.

One Comment
  1. John F. Hultquist permalink
    August 29, 2014 1:24 pm

    They have a coded model. I wonder if it can project conditions for a cooling Earth? If not, it is junk.

    I have a real weather model; it looks like this one but mine is smaller:

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