A typical response I get from climate alarmists when I point out that winter snow cover has been increasing over time.
Increased snow cover means the area covered with snow is extending further south. The freeze line is moving to lower latitudes because Arctic air is penetrating further south.
More snow falls during cold winters than during warm winters. Warm winters are either dry or the precipitation falls as rain. Preinitiation typically occurs at the boundary of cold air masses because cold air can’t hold as much moisture, and water vapor condenses. If the air is “holding the moisture” then precipitation is not occurring.
via Real Climate Science
November 21, 2022