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Despite Obama administration claims that this year’s harsh winter is due to global warming, winters have have been getting colder in the past two decades, according to government climate data.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s recently released climate data shows that U.S. winters have cooled over the past 20 years at a rate of minus 2.5 degrees Fahrenheit per century.
Data from Rutgers University shows that the Northern Hemisphere has been seeing more snowfall in recent decades — at a rate of over 100,000 square kilometers per year. Last week the U.S. saw its second-highest snow extent on record at 52,166,840 square kilometers. The only time on record that the country had more snow was in the second week of February in 1978 when there was 53,647,305 square kilometers of snow on the ground.