It is still summer in St Moritz, but citizens recently experiences an early winter blizzard. Watt Up With That has the details.
Global Warming alarmists have long claimed that snowfall would soon be a thing of the past in the Swiss Alps, that the glaciers would melt, tourists would leave, and the ski industry would die. There CERTAINLY would not be any snowfall at lower altitudes, or any snowfall even before the official start of autumn. Yet today there fell snow as low as 1200 meters, with heavy falls in St. Moritz, a very early time for a blizzard in the alps.
Significant snowfall at St. Moritz on September 19th
Yes, it is only weather, but how many early weather events would take to constitute a trend? We have had some early snow in Colorado and Hawaii. Where will the next early snow storm be?