While AGW-propaganda rags continue to cherry-pick the few Norwegian regions experiencing a rather snow-less Feb, 2020 — the reality in the Scandinavian nation is that the average is well-up, with some parts actually suffering their highest snowfall totals for 15+ years.
Not since 2005 has there been as much snow in Nordland and Finnmark as in February this year, reads the opening lines of a recent nrk.no article. “There is also a lot of snow in Troms,” says Tone Huseby, climatologist at Norway’s Meteorological Institute.
Troms, Lyngen, Nordland, and Finnmark had reported 2.2m (7.2 feet) of February snow as of the 14th, while many other regions measured well-over 1m (3.3 feet).
As reported by nrk.no, residents of the affected areas are concerned by the volume of the snow accumulating on their buildings, with the weight causing issues to roofs and porches.
“The porch of the cottage was giving way to all the snow that has come lately,” said Lisbeth Eira who lives in Finnmark. “There was snow all the way up to the roof, both the front door and the windows were hidden behind all the snow.”
In the neighboring municipality of Kautokeino, 85cm (2.8 feet) of powder was measured on Feb 14 — that’s twice as much as at the same time last year, and well-above the February average.
The clearing crews have noticed.
“Over the past month we have cleared snow every single night,” said Jostein Biti, who doesn’t actually remember the last time in snowed in early February.
There has been disruptive snow elsewhere across Norway, too.
The world-famous Oslo to Bergen rail line was plunged into chaos after heavy snow and an avalanche buried sections of the track.
Such was the weight of the snow that fell on Monday, February 17 wooden structures built to protect the tracks collapsed and power lines were torn down.
Train driver Kjell Haugerud told TV2 of the experience: “We couldn’t see our hand in front of us,” he said. Haugerud, who has 40 years experience on the Bergen Line, described the need to stop the train every few minutes to clear the front windshield after the blades of the wiper broke under the stress of strong winds and heavy snowfall.
Another brutal winter storm left around 50 people trapped at a southern Norwegian mountain pass on Feb 17. As reported by euronews.com (see video below), multiple cars were buried in 2-3 m (6.5-10 ft) of snow on the impassible E134 Haukelifjell road–a key transport-link between Haugesund and Oslo:
The cold times are returning, not that you’d have a clue if the MSM was your only source of climate news — what a sad and dangerous state of affairs.
Don’t fall for bogus political agendas — our future is one of ever-descending COLD.
Prepare accordingly — learn the facts, relocate if need be, and grow your own.
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