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Billings snowfall shatters record set in 2007

Reader finds it truly ominous
 

 

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21 Nov 10 - "The National Weather service says a record amount of snow fell on Billings on Saturday," says this article in the Missoulian.

"Billings-based meteorologist Sean Campbell tells the Billings Gazette that a foot of snow fell on the city between midnight and 6 p.m., eclipsing the previous one-day record of 2.5 inches set in 2007."

 

Robert,

I know that it is important when a hundred year old record is broken but I find it truly ominous when a record just set in the last few years is shattered. That seems to indicate a rapid and recent decline rather than perhaps a "once in a hundred year" fluke. In this case, the previous record snow fall for this date was 2.5 inches just set in 2007. The new record is 12", almost 5 times as much.

It would be interesting to see if there is an increasing incidence of new records being set for cold, wet or even warm (especially over ocean water).

Kim Courter

 





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