Will Media Report Snowiest Spring in a Decade on Colorado’s Pikes Peak?
Here’s an item the anthropogenic global warming alarmists in the media aren’t going to share with the citizenry: Colorado’s Pikes Peak is having its snowiest spring in at least ten years.
Doesn't really fit into a "The Planet is Facing Imminent Doom as a Result of Climate Change" agenda, does it?
Regardless, the Colorado Springs Gazette reported Thursday (emphasis added throughout):
Last May, Teresa Taylor was watching climbers pad up to the summit of Pikes Peak in shorts and sneakers. This year, she’s warning everyone that beyond Barr Camp, you’d better be dressed for the worst.
How delicious. The article frigidly continued:
This is the snowiest spring on Pikes Peak in more than a decade. Barr Camp recorded 231 inches of snow this winter. (It only saw 50 inches in 2006.)
Hikers venturing above treeline will find that the peak is more wintry this May than it usually is in January, and they should be prepared.
“The snow is still waist-deep in places, and we just got more today,” Taylor, the caretaker at Barr Camp, said Wednesday. Every day, she warns people that the trail is buried.
It seems a metaphysical certitude that Katie, Charlie, and Brian won’t be doing a piece about the snowy conditions here anytime soon, wouldn't you agree?