Read here. Anti-science leftists/liberals/Democrats are particularly prone to making claims and predictions about global warming and climate change that are, in reality, unsubstantiated by empirical evidence.
Washington state Democrats have provided a classic example of this style of politics by constantly and hysterically predicting that snow will soon disappear in the Cascade Mountains due to global warming. Of course, as it always turns out, the climate did exactly the opposite of what politicians (and climate models) predicted and dumped gigantic, record snowfalls on this mountain region.
(click on image to enlarge) And not only were the Democrats, progressives and green radicals wrong about the snow, they were wrong about the temperatures. Since 1990, the Cascade Mtn. area has not been warming, but instead slightly cooling, despite all the human CO2 injected into the atmosphere since the 1950's.
A continuing huge problem for Democrats is their non-belief in empirical science, and the embracement of speculative, fantasy science. Indeed, they end up constantly making fools of themselves by consistently going hysterical about natural events with the end result being they always blame humans and society for incidents that occur naturally. Once they assign the blame to humans, they then immediately start proposing new regulations, laws, fees and taxes in the belief they can fix a non-fixable problem that is literally controlled by nature, not by humans nor bureaucrats.
If they would actually take the time to examine the climate/weather science, they would soon discover that changing snowfall and snowpacks are a function of natural climatic oscillations, not of civilization.
As this chart reveals, snowfall in the Cascades is strongly associated with the prevailing ENSO (El Niño and La Niña) phase. Human CO2 is a non-issue having zero correlation with the amount of snowfall in any region, including the Cascade Mountains.
(Note: For complete information on the Cascade snowpack issue go to the Global Warming Science site.)