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Snow and Ice in the Northern Hemisphere 2013/14

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why not jst camp out in your fidge with the door shut?

Because you can't open fridges from the inside.
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Just as snow starts falling further south .. there is a tremendous loss of snow cover in the central Arctic ..Posted Image

ps ,.. my first ever cut and paste .. lol

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me too i would like to experience that too and to c how well i could coap under such coditions. The long daylight hours the midnight sun would be grate too in the summer.

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the last year's snow anomaly at a latitude near you ... an impressive recovery from the 'climate' of the1990's

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Just as snow starts falling further south .. there is a tremendous loss of snow cover in the central Arctic ..Posted Image

ps ,.. my first ever cut and paste .. lol

I like hows the losses shown above do not give Russia any negative snow anomaly for the time being as it is so early in the season, not that any negativity would mean a lot for the UK  before October.  http://climate.rutgers.edu/snowcover/chart_daily.php?ui_year=2013&ui_day=242&ui_set=2

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Next stop on the arctic shuttle, Svalbard.

Yes indeed, starting to get its act together up there!!!

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Its in the wrong Month  and in the wrong place to mean much, but all the same thats a decent dump of snow! post-15601-0-69157400-1378335522_thumb.g

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One less white dot than shown on the 16th Aug 2013 shown here Posted Image16thAug.png but no worrys IBTH ,

Earliest decent Scandi kick off than I've found  from a quick search is from 2010 about three weeks later than were we are now Posted Imageims2010268_asiaeurope.gif

 

 

25th Sep eh.... Will be keeping an eye on that then.  

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Had to do a double take on todays chart compared with yesterdays, but there is def some ice expansion on todays image. Not sure if its an overall gain, but very interesting.

 

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http://longyearbyen.livecam360.com/flash/main.php

Anyone else notice the top of the Svalbard hills have a sprinkle of snow cover now?

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And the EC 0z solution gives -5c 850s into central-western Russia; quite notable for mid-September, unlikely to verify at d10 but still an interesting possibility. 

I noticed it on friday and saved this image post-15601-0-98289900-1378591910_thumb.j shame that its not as impressive as last year. 

 

Big drop for the snow line over ten hours  August 22-23 last year post-15601-0-49697800-1378592856_thumb.j post-15601-0-23770300-1378592869_thumb.j

 

snow forecast for tuesday http://www.yr.no/place/Norway/Svalbard/Longyearbyen/

 

and my eyes on the prize for your russian mention perhaps something will  turn up soon on http://www.camscape.com/Asia/Russia/Norilsk-city-33417.php

But its still very early season for snow watching even the ice has not finished downward tread http://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/charctic-interactive-sea-ice-graph/

 

so maybe a month before I start thinking the north pole should be more sharing!

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Had to do a double take on todays chart compared with yesterdays, but there is def some ice expansion on todays image. Not sure if its an overall gain, but very interesting.

 

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that is really an impressive dumping of snow in Tibet isn't it? Usually it comes after the first major snows over Russia. This can only add to the early cooling of the northern hemisphere :-)

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I forgot to NOT just link the images as the update daily lol.

 

Anyway, yeah, that is a good dumping in the Himalayas.

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that is really an impressive dumping of snow in Tibet isn't it? Usually it comes after the first major snows over Russia. This can only add to the early cooling of the northern hemisphere :-)

 

"This can only add to the early cooling of the northern hemisphere" << That's cheered me up this morning CH !! Posted Image

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The first projected snowfall for lowland Svalbard tomorrow, with a veil of cloud bearing rain and snow moving from the SW during the day, by the late afternoon, Longyearbyen should be seeing its first snow of the long winter ahead. Could be quite a snowy evening up there for them- you can track it here:

http://longyearbyen.livecam360.com/flash/main.php

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The first projected snowfall for lowland Svalbard tomorrow, with a veil of cloud bearing rain and snow moving from the SW during the day, by the late afternoon, Longyearbyen should be seeing its first snow of the long winter ahead. Could be quite a snowy evening up there for them- you can track it here:

http://longyearbyen.livecam360.com/flash/main.php

hope it puts on a good show on before dark http://www.yr.no/place/Norway/Svalbard/Longyearbyen/hour_by_hour.html

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This also could wet the appetite for the up coming cold seasion for a few viewers...

 

Potential for  a little winter taster/sample on  wed/thurs

 http://www.webcams.travel/webcam/1344236497-Weather-Norilsk-Noril%27sk

 

 

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update.. pretty much nailed on now and more snow shown than before ...if u like that sort of thing.

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