Warmist Links Coming Snow Storm To ‘Climate Change’

Usually, I would use the words “Surprise” or “Shocker” at the beginning of the headline, but, at this point, is it either? This is what the Cult of Climastrology does: either directly blame anthropogenic climate change, or link it. Here’s uber-Warmist Eric Holthaus at the ever increasingly deranged Slate

This “Blizzard for the Ages” Headed for the East Coast Is Very Much the Real Deal

After a record-setting warm spell to start the winter, East Coasters could be forgiven if they started to worry that it was never going to snow again. Fear not, oh dendrite devotees, for Mother Nature has something special planned this weekend.

A few days ago, weather models began to hint at the potential of a major East Coast blizzard. As of early Tuesday morning, those models are way more insistent.

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Since early Saturday, nearly every single run of every major model has shown the potential for a foot or two of snowfall on a track to hit somewhere between Northern Virginia and Boston. What’s amazing—perhaps even more so than the impressive potential snow totals—is that all the major weather models are already locked in so far in advance. Simply put: There’s definitely a big storm coming, it’s just the details that are still being worked out. (snip)

The same atmospheric forces that have contributed to the exceptionally warm winter so far will help steer tremendous amounts of moisture toward the coast. Climate change and El Niño have pushed water temperatures in the Atlantic to near record highs right now, which could offer something similar to the boost a landfalling hurricane sometimes gets when traversing the Gulf Stream—a rapidly strengthening storm, though with snow instead of rain.

They just can’t help linking ‘climate change’ to everything. They just cannot prove that it is mostly/solely anthropogenic, beyond talking points and unhinged pronouncements.

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