Confused weather drops over 30 inches of snow on Memorial Day weekend

May 27, 2013 NEW YORK – It’s a snowy Memorial Day weekend for parts of the U.S. On the aptly named Whiteface Mountain in upstate New York, there are at least 34 inches of snow on the ground. What’s that look like? Glad you asked: According to Weather Underground, a couple of other mountain peaks in Vermont reached 18 inches of snow, while some towns with higher elevations clocked in at about 7 inches of snowfall this weekend. To figure out how unusual the snowfall this weekend was, Weather Underground had to go back to 1816: Most famous of all cold and snowy late season events would have to be the infamous 1816 ‘Year without Summer’ when Tambora erupted (1815) and the snowfall in June that occurred in the eastern U.S. and Canada. Between June 6th and June 8th accumulating snow was observed as far south as the Catskills in New York (where one inch was reported) and highlands of central and northwest Pennsylvania. Snowflakes were seen at sea level as far south as ten miles north of tidewater on the Hudson River just above New York City. But, they note, snowfall in the north east this late in the season hasn’t been unheard of since then: the area tends to get some late season snowfall every 5-10 years. Just not nearly as much as this time. –Atlantic Wire
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5 Responses to Confused weather drops over 30 inches of snow on Memorial Day weekend

  1. William says:

    Snow in the Whiteface mountains may be unusual for May, but per our vacations in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado, it’s not at all unusual to see snowfall in the mountains as late as early July.


  2. Irene C says:

    We’re going from frost and freeze warnings to temps in the 80’s with the chance of storms. And meteorologists are calling for another tornado outbreak in the Plains area this week. This is wild.


  3. WEATHER INVERSIONS (SNOW IN SUMMER AND HEAT WAVES IN WINTER) TYPICALLY associate with a Venus/Jupiter adverse. 21st (parallel) and 29th (conjunct) apply.
    This is for May of 2013 and among the tables of predictions at my website, which gives you the choice of letting it happen or being ready. That is (in Yahoo groups) “interstellarrescue”.
    A Venus/Jupiter can also wreck Kobé (once) cause a force 8 in the Pacific (multiple times) set off three to six quakes all force 6 around the Turkey/Iran area, cause a 1.8 on the Richter scale under London, a kind of mischievous astral serpent you never know where the head will come up or if it will bite a big chunk or six little nibbles. The weather inversion is consistent. One of them started it snowing in Victoria Australia during a heat wave with forest fires. People can learn Scientific Empirical Mundane Astrology you just need News access and an Aspectarian and at least five years of practice and some making of notes and you can be runner up to Nostradamus. The Physics takes you into the work of Thomas Townsend Brown and Patiotis Varotsos. When that watermain up the street breaks note the dominant aspect, cut and paste and you know when it will break again.


  4. Yvonne says:

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