January 12, 2010
Filed under Northern Hemisphere
Tags: climate, climate change, global cooling, Global Freeze, global freezing, global warming, Northern Hemisphere, record snow, record snowfall, snow, snowfall, snowiest December, snowstorm, temperature, temperatures, unusual snow, unusuall snowfall, weather, winter
January 10, 2010
According to the Rutgers University Global Snow Lab, last month had the second greatest December Northern Hemisphere snow cover since records were started in 1966. Snow extent was measured at 45.86 million sq. km, topped only by 1985 at 45.99 million sq. km. North America set a record December extent at 15.98 million sq. km, and the US also set a December record at 4.16 million sq. km.