Snow before Halloween?

October 30, 2011

In some areas of the Northeast you’d have to go back to the Civil War to find records of snowfall in October.

But, there it is on my lawn.

Apart from its normal 11 year cycle of undulation, the sun’s radiation output has been significantly diminished for much longer than usual.  Does this fact correlate with last year’s severe winter?  Some think so, and I agree.

If it keeps up, snow before Halloween will become the norm, perhaps for a few hundred years.

Talk about “climate change”…