Central Europe Sees Crushing Snow Fall

February 3, 2014

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  4. vierotchka Says:

    February generally is the coldest and snowiest month of the year here in Europe.

  5. rayduray Says:

    Here in Central Oregon we were happy to get as much as two inches of light snow last night. We’d love to get a good dump like has just occurred in Serbia. 🙂

    Currently, Oregon is at about 25% of normal snow water equivalent for this time of year.

    • greenman3610 Says:

      Sierra snowpack is at 12 percent, according to a NASA JPL scientist I spoke to today.

      • rayduray Says:

        Yes, the Sierra situation is dire. But, hopefully, there appears to be a storm on the way for the northern half of California sometime over the next week.

        The other snowpack I keep track of is the Colorado River basin, i.e. rivers feeding the Lake Powell/Lake Mead complex. Here there is better news with the Upper Colorado basin snow water equivalent at 120% of normal and the Upper Green at 106%

        http://www.thorntonweather.com/snow-basins.php

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        This is also an interesting page for the drought conscious long-term catastrophist crowd:

        http://lakepowell.water-data.com/

  6. neilrieck Says:

    Meanwhile, for the past two weeks it has been warmer in Alaska than Alabama (didn’t hear anything from Sarah P). Cold is still all about the “jet stream”. South of it is warm while north of it is cold. Also, according to the “water cycle” which I learned in Grade 4 from Miss Harmer, most snow fall occurs between the seven degrees below freezing. Translation: the volume of snow-fall is not directly related to temperature and, some areas will get more snow when average winter temperatures go up (while remaining below freezing)


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