Snowfall Trends In New York
By Paul Homewood
Another of the myths perpetuated by alarmists is that winter snowfalls are getting heaver because of a warmer, moister atmosphere. (And yes, it was another one peddled by Paul Douglas in the Guardian recently).
It is fortunate then that we have that Climate Stations website, which archives so much old data.
We looked at their records for Minneapolis, but they also have stuff for New York City, including this chart for snowfall:
It is easy just to look back to around 1970, and see a trend that does not exist. This is a common trick that warmists use.
But a look at the full period shows the true story, one which does not support the alarmist agenda.