Erie, Pennsylvania, already has over four feet of snow on the ground this winter, by lake effect snow off the Great Lakes, cold Arctic air (-30 deg. F.) moving over the relatively warm lake water (35 deg. F.) of the Great Lakes picking-up the moisture over the lake to rise and then return as snowfall. Now imagine that the Great Lakes were about 80 deg. F. this winter, how much snow would that produce? That would be as it was during the Ice Age when the world ocean was much warmer, top to bottom initially, yes, in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood, the Ice Age following which lasted almost a thousand years.