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Feet Of October Snow Slam The Rockies–Much More On The Way; + Record-Breaking Totals Hit Canada–Including Moose Jaw And Calgary…

Feet Of October Snow Slam The Rockies–Much More On The Way

The Rockies are off to a great start to the season after a weekend storm delivered feet of snow to the range.

Alta, Utah officially received 25 inches in the recent storm, according to the National Weather Service (NWS), which took the area above its October monthly average of 24.4 inches with a week left to run — and with plenty more snow on the way, too.

Significant snow totals fell elsewhere in Utah:

Solitude registered 18 inches, Brian Head and Alta-Collins saw over a foot, Cherry Peak got close to 11 inches, the West Jordan Benches and Tooele Bench each logged approximately 8 inches, with Summit Park noting 10 inches.

This was a sizable event, with the snow not just confined to Utah, of course.

Other states to note impressive totals include Montana and Colorado.

The fierce ‘winter’ storm delivered feet of snow to Big Sky Resort, MT, for example. Big Sky Ski Patrol noted snow drifts well over two feet deep at the top of the Challenger lift (9,600ft), with more than foot noted to have accumulated at the base area (7,500ft).

Conditions at Big Sky Resort, Montana.

While in Colorado, record-challenging totals were observed across the state’s higher elevations, including the foot+ that settled at Powderhorn ski area on Sunday:

Powderhorn ski area, CO received 12 inches of snow on Sunday [Powderhorn resort webcam].

Storm models show mountain powder returning Wednesday evening, with yet another storm system expected to roll in during the first few days of November.

Moderate snow showers will likely continue Monday into Wednesday, according to a recent OpenSnow report: a “moderately strong” storm Wednesday night into Thursday could bring 10 inches to most Colorado mountains.

“We’ll see multiple chances for snow this week, and temperatures will mostly stay colder than freezing through Friday morning,” OpenSnow founding meteorologist Joel Gratz wrote in a post Monday.

Arapahoe Basin opened on Sunday, becoming the first Colorado area to open for the season. Keystone is expected to be the next, and this week’s colder temperatures and flurries will surely help there, too.

Snowfall isn’t a thing of the past, clearly — that’s the takeaway here.

And with regards to temperatures, even NOAA continue to show us that nothing unprecedented, alarming or even slightly concerning is occurring on that front, either. Their press releases may state otherwise, but the agency’s raw, historical temperature datasets –such as U.S. October max temps, 1895-2021 (show below)— reveal no discernible trend.

Lower-48 October Temperatures [NOAA].

Record-Breaking Totals Hit Canada–Including Moose Jaw And Calgary

Heavy, early-season snow has been clipping Canada, too — record breaking, in fact, according to Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) meteorologists.

A Wyoming Low slammed into south-central Saskatchewan Sunday and dumped massive amounts of powder.

Moose Jaw was one of the locales to take a direct hit, and suffered widespread power outages across the area as a result.

“Looks like anywhere from 25 – 40 cm (10 – 16 inches) fell in and around Moose Jaw,” said Terri Lang, ECCC Meteorologist.

“We do not record snow anymore anywhere in the province. It’s always a challenge in the winter to try and find snowfall amounts — we get some idea from our automatic weather station at the airport which uses a laser that points down and measures the depth that way, but of course, in Saskatchewan, it’s windy so the snow depth varies quite a bit in the wind, so we kind of use that as a guideline,” said Lang, adding that the agency uses volunteers and social media to better estimate how much snow fell.

Two Moose Jaw residents shared snow depth from their yards on Sunday, which ranged from 33 – 45 cm (13 – 18 inches). Based on these ranges, the area annihilated its previous snowfall record for October 23, usurping the 6 cm (2.4 inches) that fell back in 1997.

For reference, snowfall records date back to 1943 in Moose Jaw.

Deteriorating conditions on High Street and Fifth Avenue Sunday afternoon [Randy Palmer].

I find it curious that an agency purporting to track the ‘Environment’ and ‘Climate Change’ has decided not to officially record snow “anymore anywhere in the state”. How does ECCC expect to calculate the ravages of the cLiMaTe CrIsEs if the disappearing snow isn’t officially documented? Or could it be that the bought-out, treacherous Canadian government doesn’t want the reality of increasing accumulations to confuse the AGW Party narrative? I don’t know.

The weekend didn’t just bring Saskatchewan’s first –and record-breaking– snowfall of the season, it brought Alberta’s, too.

The likes of Twitter and Facebook report that Cochrane received 15 – 22 cm (6-9 inches) Saturday and Sunday, with Kananaskis Valley logging 27 cm (11 inches).

Snowfall records, which date back to 1881, were broken at Calgary International Airport. The area reported a one day total of 19 cm (7.5 inches) on Saturday, October 22, which pipped the previous benchmark of 18 cm (7 inches) set back in 1939.

The entire snowfall event total for Calgary –from Friday night to Sunday morning– has been ‘guesstimated’ (thanks ECCC) to be 23 cm (9 inches).

Also worth noting, total snow mass for the Northern Hemisphere Snow, as documented by the Finish Meteorological Institute (FMI), continues to hold ABOVE the 1982-2012 average (above the SD, too), as it has done for the past 6-or-so years now.


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27 Thoughts to “Feet Of October Snow Slam The Rockies–Much More On The Way; + Record-Breaking Totals Hit Canada–Including Moose Jaw And Calgary…”

  1. W Purkis

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  2. John Galts offspring.

    “I find it curious that an agency purporting to track the ‘Environment’ and ‘Climate Change’ has decided not to officially record snow “anymore anywhere in the state”. How does ECCC expect to calculate the ravages of the cLiMaTe CrIsEs if the disappearing snow isn’t officially documented? Or could it be that the bought-out, treacherous Canadian government doesn’t want the reality of increasing accumulations to confuse the AGW Party narrative? I don’t know.”
    SO: Make the snow disappear by not listing it? So what we have here is cognitive dissonance. But, that’s what we are living in anyway. Send Jopeck up there to shovel all the snow away…BUT: where would we put that incredible snowmass? To not list snow when people get stuck in it in their (electric) cars that cannot be towed due to the all plastic underbelly…What is that white stuff they are caught in? Its their imagination, of course. Give them a Big Phar…a pill to warp their mind and body to accept their cognitive dissonance….
    Thanks Cap for the REAL info. Western North Carolina is cooling down, we did have some 30 degree type early morning readings. Now starting in the low 40s.

  3. AZ1971

    The Finnish Institute’s NH Snow Mass total is wrong if you’re using the dates listed on the graph itself. Today is 25/10, very close to the beginning of the season’s 22/10 opener. I’d question how they’re doing their reporting if I were you until that issue is resolved.

    1. What do you think is ” the season’s 22/10 opener”? The labelling of the horizontal axis “Oct-22” marks the change of month September 2022 to October 2022, not the twentysecond day of October 2022. The red dots mark messured data, beginning ca. 10/06, latest observation 10/22. Different conventions in the representation of calendar dates may be confusing, for example dd.mm.yyyy(german version) or mm/dd or other combinations.

  4. Anthony

    For those in North America who find the climate in Western Europe hard to work out, we have one simple rule….in a normal year, the really bad, cold, winter weather normally kicks in after Christmas not before. It does arive early sometimes but normally we have to wait for our seas to cool down before it gets bad. Not so for large parts Canada, which share the same latitude as England. (my home town of Manchester is 53 degrees north.) Western Europe gets warm ocean currents and only cools down as the sea temps drop. So if you see anybody laughing at Cap, because our early autumn and winter may be warm, then you can put it down to warm seas.. The reverse is true in spring. however, as it doesn’t usually get very warm until out seas have warmed up ( around June/July)…… vive la différence

  5. Deb

    Same in Missouri in the fall, but with no ocean to explain it. We usually get one snowfall around Thanksgiving (late November), then nothing til January.

    1. Michael Peinsipp

      We in KY usually get our heaviest snows in MARCH!
      But in 1993, the Ice Storm where temps got down to -37°F in Greensburg, KY, that was 1-1.5″ of ice over everything. 1 county SW of us lost 98% of their power poles and 100% of their transformers.
      Yep it was an interesting 2 weeks without p[ower….oh wait! We lived without electricity at that time and had an OUTHOUSE!
      We were fine and warm.

  6. jopeck

    The snow in Canada has been record late.

    1. BallisticLogos

      ‘Speed of Science’ — A Scandal Beyond Your Wildest Nightmare

      What do you think the relative percentage is of the secular intact non-jew/non-Abrahamic worshipping pure-bloods compared to the genitally mutilated peckerheads, religious and vaxx poisoned?

      Just try to get it, nobody here is sorry that you took the shot or were brain-damaged by your Mohel, R.I.P.

  7. Bob Hoye

    Good coverage of reality. I had the great good fortune of “discovering” Alta in the mid 1960s. Wonderful deep stuff, with plenty of steep slopes, making it still be best powder snow resort. Snow is dumped with the usual storm systems hitting that area. Plus Little Cottonwood Canyon which hosts Alta runs from West to East. And a cold Westerly will pick up moisture from Salt Lake. Checked the numbers a while ago, where Alta can get 700 inches in a season, Park City, over the other side might get 400.

    1. Winston Smith[Mr]

      John the 1st – it’s great to hear from you again and not a second too soon either. Cheers.


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      The world is facing catastrophe, and there is no awareness.

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  9. Ice Age Totalitarianism Eugenics Now.info

    ‘Speed of Science’ — A Scandal Beyond Your Wildest Nightmare

    It was never about science or protecting others. It was always about following a predetermined narrative that sought to get experimental mRNA technology into as many people as possible

    Story at-a-glance

    The premise behind COVID shot mandates and vaccine passports was that by taking the shot, you would protect others, as it would prevent infection and spread of COVID-19
    In early October 2022, during a COVID hearing in the European Parliament, Dutch member Rob Roos questioned Pfizer’s president of international developed markets, Janine Small, about whether Pfizer had in fact tested and confirmed that their mRNA jab would prevent transmission prior to its rollout
    Small admitted that Pfizer never tested whether their jab would prevent transmission because they had to “move at the speed of science to understand what is happening in the market … and we had to do everything at risk”
    We’ve known for well over two years that the shots were never tested for transmission interruption. In October 2020, Peter Doshi, associate editor of The BMJ, highlighted that trials were not designed to reveal whether the vaccines would prevent transmission. Yet everyone in government and media insisted they would do just that
    It was never about science or protecting others. It was always about following a predetermined narrative that sought to get experimental mRNA technology into as many people as possible

  10. Peter

    This is the filth that is controlling everything.
    Be warned its the TRUTH and WILL offend.


    This is the reason for the mayhem thats unfolding now.
    Everything from the top down.
    Including the climate experts.

    Straight from the ROYAL vatican jesuit satanists.

    1. Archivarius


  11. Peter

    More nazi jesuyt filth evidence.

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    WAKE UP.

    1. Dirk Pitt

      Try learning about the Electroverse for a change, get your head out of the evil distractions. Study the polarity of the Sun, watch the heliosphere, They don’t control that. Watch how the planets align, solar flares happen and monitor quakes and volcanos and how they change weather patterns:

      Learn how the jet stream works, watch it change and watch what makes it change:

      It’s 01:44 AM PST, I usually get up around midnight and watch how the Elevtroverse is working till 04:ish, take an hour nap and I’m back on the feeds.
      I’m awake, wide awake. I know about the evil freaks who control the planet and choose not to let them distract me from learning about the Electroverse.
      Did you watch how the ‘Wyoming Low’ mentioned above originated? Did you watch Hurricane Roslyn form and feed the Wyoming Low? Roslyn tore up Mexico and then shot straight up to Hudson Bay, did you watch it 18 hours a day? I did, WHAT A SHOW !!!!!!!!!!!!! What caused the hurricane? Did you watch the planets and the solar flares and the quakes/volcanos? What a show!!!
      Mercury is about to align with Venus, Earth and Mars during the next few weeks. Solar flares, quakes, volcanos, cyclones, warm fronts/cold fronts. Mercury’s going to come into view on LASCO soon, Venus departing:
      I try to not let THEM control my thought train and use the tools I have to learn more about the Electroverse.

      1. Deb

        I would not choose to study the part of the real world that you are, but I agree 110% that we need to focus on the world God has made, not the world these spawn of Satan are making. If you spend too much time on that, you give your energy to them. If we all just stopped listening to them, they would shrivel up and blow away.

        My favorite parts of creation are the plants and animals, rocks and water. I wish I knew how to post the pic I took the other day of a golden orange autumn tree. It would blow your socks off!

      2. Missouri Dry Gulcher Regulator BallisticLogos

        … sorta like looking up at the Star of Bethlehem from about the 02:15 min. mark, eh? You gotta look away and then look back to see it. Great links. Cheers.

      1. Deb


        Thank you for a lighter note. It’s getting pretty heavy around here!

        1. Deb

          I downloaded that website address into my browser. Lots of pretty colors and squiggly lines!

          And who knows, over time I may come to understand some of it.

        2. Dirk Pitt

          On the Space Weather News site on the daily news show at the end of the show everyday he says “eyes open, no FEAR”. It could be “eyes openED, no fear”. I switched it to eyes open, no BEER since I don’t consume alcohol. A bit of an inside joke, kinda.
          Fresh snow!!

          1. Deb

            Looks like winter has sprung in the mountains.
            I like to look at those cams. It reminds me that there is a bigger, wider world out there beyond my little hole in the woods.

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