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The Great Plains and Midwest U.S. is Having its Coldest & Snowiest April on Record

The relentless winter of 2017-2018 keeps on chugging along. We are now in the second month of the meteorological spring and winter just doesn’t want to let go! Winter Storm Xanto brought record snowfall to many cities such as Minneapolis, Green Bay, Billings, Bozeman, and Sioux Falls.

 

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All image credits go to: weatherbell.com

 

The winter itself was full of record cold and record snow, but we are in the month of April, yet it feels like Mid-January. Omaha, Nebraska set a record low of 13 F on Wednesday, April 4 SMASHING the previous record set in the “cold year” of 1899! Omaha then fell to 18 F by Friday morning, but did not break or tie the record of 16 F set in 1982. Then, the second record was set as Omaha fell to 14 F which broke the previous record of 17 F set in the “hot year” of 1936. Temperatures fell as low as minus 5 F in places north and west of Omaha. Keep in mind that the normal high for this time of year in Omaha is 60 F with a low in the mid 30s.

Do I even need to say more? Winter Storm Xanto rolled through the Plains and Midwest bringing ALL TIME RECORD SNOWFALL for the month of April alone as well as a single storm! Minneapolis recorded 14.9 inches which smashed their previous record of 13.6 inches! It wasn’t only Minneapolis’s biggest April snowstorm, it was Minneapolis’s 12th biggest snowstorm on record.

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The highest snow total from Xanto was 33 inches in Amherst, Wisconsin. Does that sound like April to you?

I must also add one thing…more snow is coming, but don’t worry only 1 to 3 inches for the northeast and Northwestern Pennsylvania. 5 to 8 inches for Southern Minnesota and Northern Iowa.

INFORMATION CREDITS:

IT IS THE COLDEST AND SNOWIEST SPRING ON RECORD IN THE UPPER MIDWEST…- WASHINGTON POST: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/capital-weather-gang/wp/2018/04/18/its-the-coldest-and-snowiest-april-on-record-near-the-great-lakes-and-residents-are-fuming/?utm_term=.1caa3217308c

NOAA/NWS SNOWFALL TOTALS: http://www.wpc.ncep.noaa.gov/discussions/nfdscc3.html

LOOK AT THESE INCREDIBLE SNOWFALL TOTALS- ICE AGE NOW ROBERT FELIX: https://www.iceagenow.info/look-at-these-incredible-snowfall-totals/

Historic April Blizzard to Unleash Record Breaking Snowfall Across the Midwest and Great Plains

***Friday April 13, 2018***

The central United States is preparing for record breaking snow as Winter Storm Xanto makes its track eastward. A blizzard warning has been issued across a majority of the central U.S.

The Blizzard is expected to be historic by the time it is all said and done.

Accumulations are in a wide range from 12 to 18 inches across the majority of South Dakota and northern parts of Nebraska and 8 to 12 inches across parts of Minnesota. The models put out up to 36 inches across portions of northern Michigan including Gaylord.

The National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning across central Minnesota, which will likely be upgraded to a Blizzard Warning as Xanto makes its way eastward.

Our prediction is below

A wide swath of 10 to 16 inches is expected for South Dakota and Minnesota while 16 to 24 inches is expected in Northern Michigan.

Image Credits:

https://www.weather.gov/fsd/weatherstory

https://www.weather.gov/tfx/

https://www.weather.gov/mpx/weatherstory

NOAA: Spring Has Arrived…Not So Much

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The National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recently stated that Spring had arrived to Arizona and the Southwest. However, their map, as depicted below, shows the whole United States being mostly above average for temperatures this Spring.

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That is simply not the case, this Spring has been filled with an abundance of record cold, some places being hit with temperatures 32 degrees colder than normal! You can easily see the cold temperatures from looking at weather models such as the GFS (Global Forecast System), or the ECMWF (European Model).

Omaha, NE Sets Record Lows on April 4 & April 7; Smashing Previous Records Set in 1899 & 1936

On Wednesday, April 4, 2018, Omaha, Nebraska recorded a daily record low temperature of 13°F smashing the previous record of 18°F set in 1899. Temperatures warmed up into the 50’s on Thursday, but quickly fell to 18°F by the next morning, but did not tie or break the record of 16°F set in 1982. On Friday, April 6, 2018, Omaha set another record low of 14°F smashing the previous record of 17°F set in 1936.

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Flat Earth Climatologists

Climatologists are basically flat earth scientists. They don’t realize the Earth is round. They have no basis on reality of the Arctic conditions.

Scientists need to realize that the Earth is round, not flat.

They say show us sea ice extent rather than sea ice volume. Sea ice volume is three-dimensional. Sea ice extent however does not matter because it is 2D.

The sun belt does not go above 80° to 70° North until the summer months.

Therefore the Ice can’t melt above 80° North. Never has, never will.