warming climate change sure is rearing its ugly head! No major hurricanes, rare snowfall in South Africa, and now 6" of September snow in Utah:
The Salt Lake Valley got a chilly reminder this weekend that summer doesn't last forever.This was in the 900 million peer-reviewed journal papers, right? They predicted this didn't they?
The first snowflakes of the season stuck to the mountainsides and swirled about the valley Saturday as a cold front marched through Utah with temperatures dropping below 40 degrees overnight along the Wasatch Front.
Snow piled up 6 inches deep at Snowbird ski resort and dusted communities north of Salt Lake City.