Winter Storm Quantum

Winter Storm Quantum came right on the tail end of Winter Storm Pandora with more of the same. On Sunday February 22nd, The Weather Channel said temperatures would be ten to thirty degrees below average in a widespread area. Ice accumulations formed in several states making for very dangerous driving conditions. The deep south was impacted including the states of Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi and Texas.

Colorado Snow

Colorado received a Quantum snow amount that is a boom to the ski business and dangerous for travelers on the road. Then again Colorado citizens are used to amazing snow totals like these except for the Wolf Creek Pass Ski area:

  • Wolf Creek Pass Ski area – 39″
  • Westcliffe – 26″
  • Telluride – 25″
  • Valleciti – 24.3″
  • Eldorado Springs – 23.5″
  • Silverton – 20″
  • Durango – 18″
  • Boulder – 14.9″
  • Denver International Airport – 10.5″
  • Colorado Springs 10.5″

The widespread snow, frigid temperatures, ice and wind conditions put a freeze on the hesteria of global warming. Here are some more snow totals with keeping in mind it is not all inclusive of the far reaching effects of global cooling.

New Mexico

  • Red River Ski area – 24″
  • Angel Fire Ski area – 19″
  • Chama – 13″
  • Questa – 9.5″

Maine

  • East Machias – 12.5″
  • Bar Harbor – 11″
  • Eastport – 9.6

Kansas

  • Scott State Lake – 9″
  • Goodland – 6.2″
  • Garden City – 6″

North Carolina

  • Brevard – 8″
  • Sylva – 6″
  • Newland – 4″

Texas

  • Dalton – 6″
  • Amarillo – 5.5″
  • Texline – 5″
  • Borger – 4.6′

Oklahoma

  • Haskell – 5.5″
  • Edmond – 4.5″
  • McAlester – 4″

South Carolina

  • Pine Mountain – 5.3″
  • Salem – 4″

Tennessee

  • Newfound Gap – 5.2″
  • Gray – 4″

Massachusetts

  • Fall River – 4.5″
  • Did Boston finally get a little break? Yes, but Boston is on track to break there all-time snowiest season record.

Rhode Island

  • Bristol – 4.5″
  • Little Compton – 4.5″
  • Saunderstown – 4.5″

Georgia

  • Clayton – 4.3″
  • Lakemont – 4″

So much widespread snow, ice and freezing weather defies global warming and climate change. Climate changes alright. The Great Lakes are over 83% frozen for the second year in a row which is a huge increase in global freezing conditions and a rare event. All this and now three more Winter Storms – Winter Storm Remus, Winter Storm Sparta and Winter Storm Thor. Global warming? Ha Ha Ha.

 


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