My point was that on average the west averages far more snow than the
east. Take a look at the ski areas which are all in the mountains in
both the east and the west. The east has to rely on snow making for
most areas and ski on hard pack and ice most of the time. Not so for
most of the west. Alta, UT with it's 500" a year is tops!!
Yes I realize you toss out any data that doesn't support your claim that
global warming is whats making it so cold and snowy.
Hint for ya TBone. As the air temp goes up the water temp goes up but
only if sustained and not just a week or two. It takes far longer with
a deep lake. You still can't handle the fact that the water temp for
Jan. and Feb. is right where it always is this time of year, 33-34F.
You also fail to note that the same region was way below average temps
last year (air). Was that global warming as well?
Why hasn't Chicago or South Bend gotten 9 feet of snow? They've been
rather warm this year.
Oh but it does. Lake Erie water temps do vary, Lake Ontario does not
very much. If you understood why you wouldn't keep up your absurd claims.
The miles character making all the dumb statements knows nothing about lake
effect and how it all works and what happens. Right, Ontario doesn't
Next thing that miles will claims is that he's the father of Anna Nicole's
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