Grand Solar Minimum at work – Colorado snowpack more than eight times normal in places

The Next Grand Minimum

And still rising !!!

After a historically snowy spring, Colorado’s snowpack currently stands at 473% of normal (almost 5 times normal), with highs peaking at 846% (more than 8 times normal!) in the San Juan Mountains, according to the Natural Resources Conservation Service.

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Gee and we thought the Sierra at 200% was special.  The melt, which is a month late should fill Boulder Dam.

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