Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Global Warming Update: Snow falling in Montana, Wyoming and Utah in mid-June

Global Warming Update via The Weather Channel as summer approaches there is snow falling and accumulating in the Western United States.  You can see the severe Winter Warning Map here.
Snow is falling over the higher elevations, as an upper-level low swirls over the Northern Rockies.  Alta, Utah reported nine inches of snow on Tuesday, which makes it their third highest one-day snowfall total in June.  Lake-effect rain and snow has also developed off the Great Salt Lake, with snow above 7,000 feet.
(INTERACTIVESalt Lake City Radar)Winter Alerts
Winter Alerts
Mountain snow will continue through Wednesday night or Thursday morning in parts of the Northern Rockies. Winds will gust up to 30 mph and visibility may be less than half a mile at times. Snow levels will drop to 6,500 feet through Wednesday, where winter storm warnings are in place. Winter weather advisories are also posted for the Tetons and the Wasatch Mountains.
Closer to pass level, look for a mix of rain and snow, with no accumulation expected. But if you have an early summer vacation planned for Glacier National Park, remember to bring your snow gear as more than a foot of snow is not out of the question.


Sunnybrook Farm said...

Snow is caused by global warming and a lack of government regulation!

Anonymous said...

Snow is caused by secret pockets of warm water in the deep ocean that no one can find.

At least that is what 97% of AGCC activists say scientists believe.