October Hurricane Strikes Occur One Third As Often As They Did During The 19th Century

www.aoml.noaa.gov/hrd/hurdat/ushurrlist18512009.txt

October hurricanes used to occur about once every 1.7 years, but now they only occur about once every 5.1 years. The years 1870, 1893, and 1963 all had multiple October hurricane strikes.

Climate experts tell us that global warming has increased the likelihood of late season hurricanes, because they live inside a fantasy world and never look at actual data.

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4 Responses to October Hurricane Strikes Occur One Third As Often As They Did During The 19th Century

  1. leftinbrooklyn says:

    You continue to underestimate the powers of CO2. It’s gone cognizant. It’s intentionally making the experts look like fools so as to lull us to sleep. And then pounce at the most opportune time, inflicting the most damage. Probably when we’re already weakened from some future Ice Age.

  2. Andy DC says:

    October hurricanes have become so rare that when one happens, the media thinks it’s the end of the world. But no one bothers to check the facts, that they used to be commonplace.

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