Hurricane Precipitation Rates for Snow Blitz of Ice Age Imagine Tropical Oceanic Temperatures in Extreme Latitudes


In the aftermath of the global Flood (see Page titled Natural Selection by Noah’s Flood at right), the ocean top-to-bottom was about 80 deg. F. worldwide, roughly the temperature of the ocean surface today which is creating the hurricanes, giving you a picture of what caused the intense snowfall for the Ice Age. Yet hurricanes and “snowi-canes” may not have been too prevalent during the Ice Age, because the dense cloud cover worldwide caused less extreme atmospheric temperature ranges for a stable but extremely rainy and/or snowy meteorological condition.