This story shows pics of today's highly unusual July snowstorm in
Jasper, Alberta Canada.
As I have warned with information through my research and your great
Ice Age Now website, a colder Earth will see snow begin at higher
elevations first and then move to lower elevations. The high country
will get snow first while the lowlands get torrential rains. Spring
will come later each year and winter sooner. If this trend
continues, there will be only winter within just a few short years.
- C. Peter Davis, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
“This is totally out of the blue," says Megan Gibson
from the Marmot Basin Ski Resort near Jasper. "To receive this much
snow in July and have it stay on the ground is unheard of.”
Thanks to C. Peter Davis,
Peter Leyser, Ron Smith,
for this link
Pierre Demers for this
Also heavy rain
"On Tuesday, Marmot Basin ski resort in Jasper National Park saw 18
cm (7 inches) of snow," said the Edmonton Journal.
Meanwhile, a low pressure system over central Alberta brought 30 to
to 60 mm (11.8 to 23.6 inches) of rain to the central region. On
Monday, 22.5 mm (8.85 inches) of rain fell at City Centre Airport,
said Dan Kulak of Environment Canada.
Thanks to Walter
Schneider for this link