The first day of summer is less than two weeks away, points out an sfgate.com article from June 8, yet the northern Sierra Nevada mountain range is dusted in freshly fallen snow.
Snow was reported as low as at lake level on Sunday, with fresh powder even falling on some beaches.
“It wasn’t anything like a winter storm,” said Alex Hoon, forecaster with the nothing-to-see-here-unless-it-supports-our-global-warming-agenda NWS Reno.
“We did get a little cold snap,” was about as far as Hoon would go, “a little bit of a dusting for the higher elevations.”
Sunday’s snowstorm was the result of a large low-pressure system that was driven out of the Gulf of Alaska by a meridional (wavy) jet stream flow–a phenomenon that has been discovered increases during times of low solar activity.
“It happens every so often,” continued Hoon, attempting to brush June snow off like it’s an annual event. However, and according to his own weather service’s historical data, June snow in this part of the world usually only occurs once every ten-or-so years.
But perhaps Hoon is merely prophesying a future where late-spring/summer mountain snow is commonplace, as that certainly seems to be the new trend. From 2011 to 2020, snow has settled at Tahoe on 4 separate occasions in the month of June (that I can find) — in 2011, 2013, 2017, and now in 2020; that’s once every 2 and half years instead of the historical average of once every 10.
In addition, another Arctic front is forecast to arrive on Friday and is expected to deliver another round of once-in-decade snow to Tahoe.
“It will be really windy Friday, across the mountains and even into the Tahoe basin,” said Hoon. “Very similar to what we just experienced over the weekend. Potential for rain showers, gusty winds and snow showers.”
The trend is clear, and it’s not just confined to the California Mountains either, nor is it restricted to just North America — a trend of ever-increasing snowpack is emerging ACROSS THE ENTIRE NORTHERN HEMISPHERE:
Even NASA agrees, if you read between the lines, with their forecast for this upcoming solar cycle (25) seeing it as “the weakest of the past 200 years,” with the agency correlating previous solar shutdowns to prolonged periods of global cooling here.
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