Most Storms Happen In The Winter, Because There Is More Energy In The System

Team climate moron tells us that warmer temperatures lead to more storms – which explains  why there are many more storms in winter than summer, and why the most severe storms occur in the Arctic.

Warm places like Honolulu and Phoenix are famous for endlessly bad weather, because they have so much energy in their climate system. Millions of climate refugees are fleeing these warm places to move to the safety of  Winnipeg.

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3 Responses to Most Storms Happen In The Winter, Because There Is More Energy In The System

  1. tckev says:

    Gander in Newfoundland is the place to run to after September. Recent records show how calm, warm, and tranquil this region is.
    http://weatherspark.com/averages/28350/Gander-Newfoundland-and-Labrador-Canada

  2. GregW says:

    Wasn’t there a Broadway play called “Fifty million Climate Refugees Can’t Be Wrong”?

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