Suyts Prediction Contest!!! April Snow Anomaly Guesses?

 

Well, I’ve been anticipating the snow extent results for April, but I still don’t have numbers.  Last March in our ever declining spring snow anomaly, we see this….

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So, I’m curious about how it looks for April, but, they haven’t updated it. 

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Where do you guys and gals think this’ll come in at?  And, will it be characterized as extreme if the snow extent for April reaches back up to the median for the data set?

Please note, that like all other data sets in the climate discussion, the graphs are skewed by cherry-picked start times and differences in tools used for measurements.  But, the climate nutters never let that get in the way of a good narrative.  We’ll have more on the whole spring snow extent some this summer.  But, for now, I thought this would be fun. 

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14 Responses to Suyts Prediction Contest!!! April Snow Anomaly Guesses?

  1. kim2ooo says:

    I predict Moreless drierwetter

  2. Me says:

    Me guess is you won’t see it until they have something else to use as a distraction to crow about.

  3. rg says:

    This isnt real snow. Its blowing in from the arctic. Where they have a lot of ice thats sub-standard. This is just rain on steroids. The models predicted this.

  4. tckev says:

    Using IPCC approved pre-corrected, homogenize, renormalized, post-quantized, and averaged data from the BEST (bi-estimated statistically true) subset of extrapolated data, remodeled in the approved way to ±1/100mm and ±0.00000011°C. The officially it will be –

    – THE HOTTEST APRIL EVA!

  5. Latitude says:

    If it’s below normal….we will hear it’s a disaster
    above….and we will hear about floods

  6. rg says:

    Holy crap! I just scared a mallard off the swamp that used to be my backyard
    Scaring off a Bigfoot or yeti- no biggie
    But a mallard *come on* thats not right

  7. HankH says:

    I predict April will come in slightly less than March, maybe around 0.3 million Km. Still cooler than normal temps here in the desert Southwest.

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