Earlier Snowfalls in the Fall, Later Snowfalls in the Spring 

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Earlier Snowfalls in the Fall, 
Later Snowfalls in the Spring
(More proof we’re headed into an ice age.)


NOAA has posted graphs showing the dates of the earliest and latest snowfalls of 1" or more for Huron SD, Sioux Falls SD, and Le Mars IA from the late 1800’’s through 2006.

There is an unmistakable trend for the first snowfall to come earlier in the season by 1 to 2 weeks, and for the last snowfall to come about 2 weeks later into Spring. Snowfalls in recent years have started in October/November, while March/April snows have delayed the onset of spring.

http://www.crh.noaa.gov/crnews/display_story.php?wfo=fsd&storyid=7377&source=2
Thanks to Skier Ken for this info




               

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