One of the earliest snowstorms on record swept through parts of the United States in early September 2020. Now comes a mid-April snowstorm for the Northeast, some western states and the central US.
One of the earliest snowstorms on record swept through parts of the United States, from Montana to New Mexico on September 8 and 9, 2020, bringing record-early snow and record cold to much of the region. The weather system hit the region after record-breaking heat, producing a drastic 33 °C (60 °F) drop in temperatures within just 24 hours.
Now comes Mid-April Snowstorm for the Northeast, Western States and Central US
Up to 17 inches of snow in New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Kansas, Wyoming, Colorado, South Dakota, Nebraska, Utah and California, with some areas seeing up to 17 inches of fresh April snow.
Even ABC News admits to this now.
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A winter storm warning has been issued for New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine where some areas could see up to 15 inches of fresh April snow.
A separate storm system was expected to bring more snow to the central U.S. where six states were on alert for heavy April snow. Those states are South Dakota, Utah, Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska and Wyoming
Locally up to 18 inches of snow is possible from Wyoming to Colorado with up to a half a foot from South Dakota into Nebraska and western Kansas.
“Already some areas from Lake Tahoe, California, to Utah and Colorado have seen 12 to 17 inches of fresh powder in the last 24 hours,” says ABC News.
See entire article from 15 Apr 2021
Thanks to Adoni for these links
via Ice Age Now
April 16, 2021 by Robert