Climate mayhem strikes again: Sep snow in 7 northern states

Climate mayhem strikes again: Sep snow in 7 northern states

[Ed. – Still looking for the difference between “climate mayhem” and “weather and climate patterns.”  I’m starting to suspect they’re…the same thing.]

Looks like September snows — not even mountain snows — over the northern tier of states spreading eastward from Montana and North Dakota starting Tuesday night.

The latest GFS model total snow accumulation by next Saturday shows snow for Montana, Wyoming (mountains only), the Dakotas, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan…

I suspect any “lake effect” in Michigan will be ice pellets embedded in rain showers coming off the lakes, which are probably still too warm for snow. Michigan lake effect snow usually holds off till October, at the earliest.

[A] plot of the average times of first snow [shows] the predicted snow is about a month early…

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