We’re all supposed to know that between climate change and western drought, the ski resorts of the Colorado rockies are endangered. Tell that to Arapahoe Basin, which announced Friday that it is extending its ski season this year to June 22, in part because the resort received 47 inches of snow during the month of May, bringing the season total to 440 inches, one fourth higher than the year before. Not bad for a drought year. Silly me: I put my skis away for the summer already.
Dr. Roy Spencer notes today that there is still ice in Lake Superior:
Meanwhile, Michelle Fields of PJTV performs a public service by walking the National Mall and discovering just how deep runs the ignorance of the American people about climate change (about 3:30 long):